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Editorial policy of the Nordic Studies bibliography

Disclaimer : the bibliography runs on a voluntary basis, and is enriched by the researchers connected to the Nordic Studies submitting their references and/or papers. As such it is neither comprehensive nor retrospective.


What are Nordic Studies ?

Nordic studies is an umbrella term for research focusing on the nordic spaces in the fields of literature and humanities. As such, STEM fields are outside their scope.


What would you look for in the Nordic Studies bibliography ?

Mainly bibliographical references, and, when possible, papers in full text :

  • Scientific papers, included in scientific journals, indexed or not, directed or not by a reading comitee, including reports, book summaries and reviews.
  • Conference proceedings in national or international scientific congresses, whether or not published as a volume.
  • Books and monographs : whole scientifical works, book chapters, translations, critical editions of texts, dictionary and encyclopedia entries...
  • Doctoral dissertations.
  • Master theses (in accordance with HAL's requirements, written consent of the student's research supervisor will be needed in this case).
  • Works of science popularization : full books or chapters, other works (radio/TV broadcasts, rebroadcasts of lectures or of discussions, interviews...).
  • Other kinds of medias : works of art, research instruments...


Since when ?

The bibliography is not retrospective : its first surveys took place in 2019, but previously published contributions are welcome.


Who can contribute ?

  • Researchers attached to french laboratories (including doctoral students and undergratuate students).
  • Visiting foreign researchers.
  • Independent researchers.


How to contribute ?

Just add the "ETUDES-NORDIQUES" keyword (without inverted commas ; syntax should be strictly respected) in the appropriate field when you fill out the deposit form, including or not full text.