Nordlit

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Nordlit  
DisciplineHumanities
LanguageNorwegian, Swedish, Danish, English, French, German […]
Publication details
History1997–
Publisher
Septentrio Academic Publishing (Norway)
ISO 4Find out here
Indexing
ISSN0809-1668 (print)
1503-2086 (web)
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Nordlit is a Norwegian humanities journal that publishes articles on Nordic literature and culture. Most issues are multilingual—including English, French, German texts; as well as Norwegian, Swedish, and Danish sections. The journal belongs to UiT The Arctic University of Norway, the northernmost university in the world. Also due to its rather exotic location, a specific focus lies on Arctic themes and border studies, as well as Scandinavian literature.[1][2][3]

The name Nordlit is a paronomasia: in Norwegian, nordlys means northern lights; and the suffix -lit refers to literature. All of Nordlit’s content is freely available. Since 2005, the journal is listed in the Directory of Open Access Journals.[4]

Within the Norwegian scientific rating system, Nordlit is considered a level 1 publication.[5] The journal has a double-blind peer review policy. Nordlit has one regular issue each year, with articles being published continuously as soon as they are ready for publishing. In addition, there are specific thematic issues. These will be published as a whole number, when all the articles are ready to be published.

Nordlit is a ‘Creative Commons’ publication. The journal has no article submission charges or article processing charges. Since issue 26 (2010), all content of Nordlit is distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. The journal is included in the PKP Private LOCKSS Network.

Thematic Issues

  • Issue 45 (2020): Svalbard Studies[6]
  • Issue 44 (2019): Regular Issue 2019–2020[7]
  • Issue 43 (2019): Northern Reformations[8]
  • Issue 42 (2019): Manufacturing Consent|Manufacturing Monsters[9]
  • Issue 41 (2019): Verdensteatret|Kino i 100[10]
  • Issue 40 (2018): Regular Issue 2018[11]
  • Issue 39 (2017): Russian Space—Concepts, Practices, Representations[12]
  • Issue 38 (2016): Knut Hamsun|Hamsun i Tromsø VI[13]
  • Issue 37 (2015): Living the War[14]
  • Issue 36 (2015): Affected by Buildings[15]
  • Issue 35 (2015): Arctic Modernities[16]
  • Issue 34 (2015): Henrik Ibsen|Ibsen and World Drama[s][17]
  • Issue 33 (2014): Rara avis in Ultima Thule[18]
  • Issue 32 (2014): Narrating the Arctic|High North II[19]
  • Issue 31 (2014): Border Æsthetics[20]
  • Issue 30 (2012): Media, Culture, and Society[21]
  • Issue 29 (2012): Narrating the Arctic|High North I[22]
  • Issue 28 (2011): La Decadence|Décadence ou une Esthétique de la Transgression[23]
  • Issue 27 (2011): Regular Issue 2011[24]
  • Issue 26 (2010): Regular Issue 2010[25]
  • Issue 25 (2009): Knut Hamsun|Hamsun Issue[26]
  • Issue 24 (2009): The Cultural Production and Negotiation of Border|Borders[27]
  • Issue 23 (2008): Arctic Discourses II[28]
  • Issue 22 (2007): Arctic Discourses I[29]
  • Issue 21 (2007): Centre–Periphery—The Avant-garde|Avant-Garde and the Other[30]
  • Issue 20 (2006): Regular Issue 2006[31]
  • Issue 19 (2006): Border|Borders[32]
  • Issue 18 (2005): Regular Issue 2005[33]
  • Issue 17 (2005): In Memory of Øystein Rottem (1946–2004)[34]
  • Issue 16 (2004): Regular Issue 2004[35]
  • Issue 15 (2004): Northern Minorities[36]
  • Issue 14 (2003): Regular Issue 2003[37]
  • Issue 13 (2003): Festskrift til Nils Magne Knutsen[38]
  • Issue 12 (2002): Regular Issue 2002[39]
  • Issue 11 (2002): 1700-tallet og romantikkens utspring[40]
  • Issue 10 (2001): Identity[41]
  • Issue 9 (2001): Regular Issue 2001[42]
  • Issue 8 (2000): Knut Hamsun|Hamsun in Light of Mikhail Bakhtin|Bakhtin’s Theories[43]
  • Issue 7 (2000): Regular Issue 2000[44]
  • Issue 6 (1999): Rhetoric across the Humanities[45]
  • Issue 5 (1999): Regular Issue 1999[46]
  • Issue 4 (1998): Aspects of Gender and Russian Literature[47]
  • Issue 3 (1998): Regular Issue 1998[48]
  • Issue 2 (1997): European Drama, 1600–1800[49]
  • Issue 1 (1997): Writing and a Sense of Place[50]

Editorial Board

  • Claes Ahlund, Professor of Literature; Åbo Akademi University, Finland
  • Britt Andersen, Professor of Literature; Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Southern Norway
  • Knut Ebeling, Professor of Media Theory and Semiotics; Weißensee Academy of Art Berlin, Germany
  • Ingvild Folkvord, Professor of Modern Literature and Literary Theory; Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Southern Norway
  • Asbjørn Grønstad, Professor of Visual Culture; University of Bergen, Southern Norway
  • Joacim Hansson, Professor of Documentation Studies; Linnaeus University, Sweden
  • Atle Skaftun, Professor of Reading Studies; University of Stavanger, Southern Norway
  • Troy Storfjell, Professor of Nordic Studies; Pacific Lutheran University, United States
  • Monika Žagar, Professor Emerita of German, Nordic, Slavic & Dutch; University of Minnesota, United States

References

  1. Houe, Poul (2019). "Border Crossings—Across the Board—with Gynther Hansen". Scandinavian Studies. 91 (4): 521–543. doi:10.5406/scanstud.91.4.0521. ISSN 0036-5637.
  2. Höglund, Johan; Burnett, Linda Andersson (2019). "Introduction: Nordic Colonialisms and Scandinavian Studies". Scandinavian Studies. 91 (1–2): 1–12. doi:10.5406/scanstud.91.1-2.0001#metadata_info_tab_contents. ISSN 0036-5637.
  3. Border Aesthetics: Concepts and Intersections. 3 (1 ed.). Berghahn Books. 2019. ISBN 978-1-78533-464-1.
  4. "Directory of Open Access Journals". DOAJ. 2020. Retrieved November 9, 2020.
  5. "Norwegian Register for Scientific Journals, Series and Publishers". NSD. 2020. Retrieved November 9, 2020.
  6. Leonid S. Chekin and Andrei Rogatchevski, ed. (2020). "Svalbard Studies". Nordlit 45. Retrieved November 9, 2020.
  7. Nordlit’s editors, ed. (2019). "Åpent nummer 2019–2020". Nordlit 44. Retrieved November 9, 2020.CS1 maint: extra text: editors list (link)
  8. Sigrun Høgetveit Berg, Roald E. Kristiansen, and Cathinka Dahl Hambro, ed. (2019). "Northern Reformations". Nordlit 43. Retrieved November 9, 2020.CS1 maint: multiple names: editors list (link)
  9. Christian Beyer, Juliane Bockwoldt, Emil Hammar, and Holger Pötzsch, ed. (2019). "Manufacturing Monsters". Nordlit 42. Retrieved November 9, 2020.CS1 maint: multiple names: editors list (link)
  10. Roswitha Skare, Mona Pedersen, and Ove Solum, ed. (2019). "Kino i 100". Nordlit 41. Retrieved November 9, 2020.CS1 maint: multiple names: editors list (link)
  11. Nordlit’s editors, ed. (2018). "Åpent nummer 2018". Nordlit 40. Retrieved November 9, 2020.CS1 maint: extra text: editors list (link)
  12. Andrei Rogatchevski and Yngvar B. Steinholt, ed. (2017). "Russian Space". Nordlit 39. Retrieved November 9, 2020.
  13. Henning Howlid Wærp and Even Arntzen, ed. (2016). "Hamsun i Tromsø VI". Nordlit 38. Retrieved November 9, 2020.
  14. Ingunn Elstad and Åshild Fause, ed. (2015). "Living the War". Nordlit 37. Retrieved November 9, 2020.
  15. Elin Haugdal, Hege Olaussen, Svein Aamold, Marit Pedersen, and editorial staff, ed. (2015). "Berørt av bygninger". Nordlit 36. Retrieved November 9, 2020.CS1 maint: multiple names: editors list (link)
  16. Sigfrid Kjeldaas and Anka Ryall, ed. (2015). "Arctic Modernities". Nordlit 35. Retrieved November 9, 2020.
  17. Lisbeth Pettersen Wærp, ed. (2015). "Ibsen and World Drama[s]". Nordlit 34. Retrieved November 9, 2020.
  18. Per Pippin Aspaas, Sigrid Albert, and Fredrik Nilsen, ed. (2014). "Rara avis in Ultima Thule". Nordlit 33. Retrieved November 9, 2020.CS1 maint: multiple names: editors list (link)
  19. Henning Howlid Wærp, ed. (2014). "Narrating the High North II". Nordlit 32. Retrieved November 9, 2020.
  20. Stephen Wolfe, ed. (2014). "Border Æsthetics". Nordlit 31. Retrieved November 9, 2020.
  21. Hilde Brox, Roswitha Skare, and Holger Pötzsch, ed. (2012). "Medier, kultur og samfunn". Nordlit 30. Retrieved November 9, 2020.CS1 maint: multiple names: editors list (link)
  22. Henning Howlid Wærp, Einar-Arne Drivenes, and Robert-Marc Friedman, ed. (2012). "Narrating the High North I". Nordlit 29. Retrieved November 9, 2020.CS1 maint: multiple names: editors list (link)
  23. Guri Ellen Barstad and Pirjo Lyytikäinen, ed. (2011). "La Décadence ou une Esthétique de la Transgression". Nordlit 28. Retrieved November 9, 2020.
  24. Nordlit’s editors, ed. (2011). "Åpent nummer 2011". Nordlit 27. Retrieved November 9, 2020.CS1 maint: extra text: editors list (link)
  25. Nordlit’s editors, ed. (2010). "Åpent nummer 2010". Nordlit 26. Retrieved November 9, 2020.CS1 maint: extra text: editors list (link)
  26. Michael Schmidt and Henning Howlid Wærp, ed. (2009). "Hamsun-nummer". Nordlit 25. Retrieved November 9, 2020.
  27. Helène Whittaker von Hofsten, Michael Schmidt, and Anne Heith, ed. (2009). "The Cultural Production and Negotiation of Borders". Nordlit 24. Retrieved November 9, 2020.CS1 maint: multiple names: editors list (link)
  28. Anka Ryall, Johan Schimanski, and Henning Howlid Wærp, ed. (2008). "Arctic Discourses". Nordlit 23. Retrieved November 9, 2020.CS1 maint: multiple names: editors list (link)
  29. Michael Schmidt, Stian Sundell Torjussen, and Helène Whittaker von Hofsten, ed. (2007). "Arktiske diskurser". Nordlit 22. Retrieved November 9, 2020.CS1 maint: multiple names: editors list (link)
  30. Per Bäckström, Helène Whittaker von Hofsten, Tanja Kudrjavtseva, and Michael Schmidt, ed. (2007). "Centre–Periphery—The Avant-Garde and the Other". Nordlit 21. Retrieved November 9, 2020.CS1 maint: multiple names: editors list (link)
  31. Helène Whittaker von Hofsten, Tanja Kudrjavtseva, and Michael Schmidt, ed. (2006). "Åpent nummer 2006". Nordlit 20. Retrieved November 9, 2020.CS1 maint: multiple names: editors list (link)
  32. Helène Whittaker von Hofsten and Linda Hamrin Nesby, ed. (2006). "Grenser". Nordlit 19. Retrieved November 9, 2020.
  33. Helène Whittaker von Hofsten, Tanja Kudrjavtseva, and Linda Hamrin Nesby, ed. (2005). "Åpent nummer 2005". Nordlit 18. Retrieved November 9, 2020.CS1 maint: multiple names: editors list (link)
  34. Per Bäckström, Linda Hamrin Nesby, and Tanja Kudrjavtseva, ed. (2005). "Til minne om Øystein Rottem (1946–2004)". Nordlit 17. Retrieved November 9, 2020.CS1 maint: multiple names: editors list (link)
  35. Per Bäckström, Linda Hamrin Nesby, and Cathrine Theodorsen, ed. (2004). "Åpent nummer 2004". Nordlit 16. Retrieved November 9, 2020.CS1 maint: multiple names: editors list (link)
  36. Per Bäckström, Kristin Jernsletten, and Cathrine Theodorsen, ed. (2004). "Northern Minorities". Nordlit 15. Retrieved November 9, 2020.CS1 maint: multiple names: editors list (link)
  37. Cathrine Theodorsen and Henning Howlid Wærp, ed. (2003). "Åpent nummer 2003". Nordlit 14. Retrieved November 9, 2020.
  38. Cathrine Theodorsen and Henning Howlid Wærp, ed. (2003). "Festskrift til Nils Magne Knutsen". Nordlit 13. Retrieved November 9, 2020.
  39. Atle Skaftun, Cathrine Theodorsen, and Henning Howlid Wærp, ed. (2002). "Åpent nummer 2002". Nordlit 12. Retrieved November 9, 2020.CS1 maint: multiple names: editors list (link)
  40. Cathrine Theodorsen, Atle Skaftun, and Henning Howlid Wærp, ed. (2002). "1700-tallet og romantikkens utspring". Nordlit 11. Retrieved November 9, 2020.CS1 maint: multiple names: editors list (link)
  41. Amilcare Cassanello, Atle Skaftun, Cathrine Theodorsen, and Henning Howlid Wærp, ed. (2001). "Identitet". Nordlit 10. Retrieved November 9, 2020.CS1 maint: multiple names: editors list (link)
  42. Amilcare Cassanello, Anniken Greve, Atle Skaftun, and Henning Howlid Wærp, ed. (2001). "Åpent nummer 2001". Nordlit 9. Retrieved November 9, 2020.CS1 maint: multiple names: editors list (link)
  43. Amilcare Cassanello, Anniken Greve, Atle Skaftun, and Henning Howlid Wærp, ed. (2000). "Hamsun i lys av Bakhtins teorier". Nordlit 8. Retrieved November 9, 2020.CS1 maint: multiple names: editors list (link)
  44. Amilcare Cassanello, Anniken Greve, Atle Skaftun, and Henning Howlid Wærp, ed. (2000). "Åpent nummer 2000". Nordlit 7. Retrieved November 9, 2020.CS1 maint: multiple names: editors list (link)
  45. Astrid Sollid Brokke, Rolf Gaasland, Sandra Lee Kleppe, and Henning Howlid Wærp, ed. (1999). "Rhetoric across the Humanities". Nordlit 6. Retrieved November 9, 2020.CS1 maint: multiple names: editors list (link)
  46. Astrid Sollid Brokke, Rolf Gaasland, Sandra Lee Kleppe, and Henning Howlid Wærp, ed. (1999). "Åpent nummer 1999". Nordlit 5. Retrieved November 9, 2020.CS1 maint: multiple names: editors list (link)
  47. Astrid Sollid Brokke, Rolf Gaasland, Sandra Lee Kleppe, and Henning Howlid Wærp, ed. (1998). "Aspects of Gender and Russian Literature". Nordlit 4. Retrieved November 9, 2020.CS1 maint: multiple names: editors list (link)
  48. Astrid Sollid Brokke, Rolf Gaasland, Sandra Lee Kleppe, and Henning Howlid Wærp, ed. (1998). "Åpent nummer 1998". Nordlit 3. Retrieved November 9, 2020.CS1 maint: multiple names: editors list (link)
  49. Astrid Sollid Brokke, Rolf Gaasland, Sandra Lee Kleppe, and Henning Howlid Wærp, ed. (1997). "Europeisk drama, 1600–1800". Nordlit 2. Retrieved November 9, 2020.CS1 maint: multiple names: editors list (link)
  50. Astrid Sollid Brokke, Rolf Gaasland, Sandra Lee Kleppe, and Henning Howlid Wærp, ed. (1997). "Writing and a Sense of Place". Nordlit 1. Retrieved November 9, 2020.CS1 maint: multiple names: editors list (link)

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