restricted access   Volume 87, Number 4, Winter 2015

Table of Contents

Articles

From Periphery to Center: (Post-Feminist) Female Detectives in Contemporary Scandinavian Crime Fiction

pp. 423-456

The Whole World Is One Atom Station: Laxness, the Cold War, Postcolonialism, and the Economic Crisis in Iceland

pp. 457-488

Like “Any Muslim Family That Has Moved to Finland”: The Fallacy of Realistic Reading Practices in the Reception of Parvekejumalat by Anja Snellman

pp. 489-513

Work Songs and Whetstones: From Sutton Hoo to Straum

pp. 514-530

Reviews

Design by Ikea: A Cultural History by Sara Kristofersson (review)

pp. 531-535

The Baltic: A History by Michael North (review)

pp. 535-540

Finland’s Holocaust: Silences of History ed. by Simo Muir and Hana Worthen (review)

pp. 541-543

Ibsen’s Houses: Architectural Metaphor and the Modern Uncanny by Mark B. Sandberg (review)

pp. 544-547

Excavating Nations: Archaeology, Museums, and the German-Danish Borderlands by J. Laurence Hare (review)

pp. 547-551

1864: Sønner af de Slagne by Rasmus Glenthøj (review)

pp. 551-553

Report of the President of the Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Study

pp. 554-556

Financial Report of the Executive Director for 2014

pp. 557-559