Icelandic

Icelandic is the language of approximately 300,000 people in Iceland, as well as additional speakers in Canada and Denmark. It is a modern version of Old Norse, the language of some of the greatest literary works from medieval Europe. Learning Icelandic will allow you to read and understand these literary works. Icelandic is in the Germanic family, making learning German, Dutch, or English easier, and knowing any of these languages makes learning Icelandic easier.

Sjáumst seinna [sjauumst seidna]: "See you later!"

Department:
Department of German, Nordic, and Slavic

Advisor:
Joanna Schuth, jschuth@wisc.edu 

Intro Class:
SCAN ST 404: Modern Icelandic

Fall 2020 times will be posted late August/early September