University of Manitoba - Faculty of Arts - Icelandic Language and Literature - Icelandic Field School
Icelandic Field School
Field School 2008 (AP)
Field School 2008 (Anna Peterson)

The Icelandic Field School
On the edge of Europe - A summer course in Iceland
July 1-27 2014

Summer Session registration begins March 17, 2014


The aim of the course is to explore medieval and contemporary culture in Iceland. The field school program offers instruction around the country in cooperation with the University of Iceland in Reykjavík and the University Centre of the West Fjords.  In addition to lectures by scholars, Icelandic writers, poets, and visual artists give readings and performances. The Icelandic Field School is offered through the University of Manitoba's Summer Session.

Courses offered:
CONTEMPORARY CULTURE : ICELAND HERE AND NOW
MEDIEVAL CULTURE : SAGAS AND MYTHOLOGY
CONVERSATIONAL ICELANDIC

For more information on the Icelandic Field School and Scholarships, please contact:
Department of Icelandic Language and Literature at the University of Manitoba
Phone: (204) 474-8487
um_icelandic@umanitoba.ca

Fee Information sheet

For a complete course syllabus, please contact the Department of Icelandic Language and Literature at 474-8487 or by e-mail um_icelandic@umanitoba.ca.

 


When There:

 

Photography - the Icelandic Field School 2012

 

Filming the Icelandic Field School 2011, a short documentary.  (Quicktime is required to view this file)

 

 

 

 

Revisiting the Icelandic Field School 2009 by A. McGillivray and B. Forsythe slideshow (pdf).

 


 

 

Field School 2008
Field School 2008 (Anna Peterson)

 

 


 

 

Field School 2008 (AP)
Field School 2008 (Anna Peterson)

 

 


 

 

World Light - World Song Conference
Westfjords, Iceland, June 20-22, 2010:

World Light - World Song
Poster

 

 

Filming the Icelandic Field School 2011

  Thingvellir Pond
Thingvellir pond, Field School 2007 (Brynn Enright)

Field School 2008
Field School 2008 (Anna Peterson)