The first vital steps towards publishing the New Nordic Lexicon have started: The consultation is open to everyone who would like to take part through an online form. Students are invited to online meetings in May 2022. Researchers within the social sciences and humanities from across the Nordics and Scandinavian Studies worldwide are invited to share their thoughts. The nordics.info team have started looking at what people search for online about the Nordic countries….All this will be analysed to help decide which 50 terms and concepts on Nordic culture, history and society should be included in The New Nordic Lexicon.
What is The New Nordic Lexicon?
The New Nordic Lexicon will bring experts and students together in a research-based discussion about society, history and culture. It will comprise of 50+ Nordic terms and concepts in English & a variety of Nordic languages, communicated through articles, podcasts and films – all online, freely available, and written by researchers.
The lexicon has been made possible by the support of the A.P. Moller and Chastine Mc-Kinney Moller Foundation (A.P. Møller og Hustru Chastine Mc-Kinney Møllers Fond til almene Formaal).
Read more about the lexicon, or participate in the consultation here: The New Nordic Lexicon