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                            Table of Contents
Historical Images
	The Emergence of Nordrlond in Old Norse Medieval Texts, ca. 1100-1400
	Islands on the Edge: Medieval and Early Modern National Images of Iceland and Greenland
	The Greco-Roman Heritage and Image Construction in Iceland 1830-1918
	Old Norse Pery and New Beginnings in Late 18th- and Early 19th- Century Literature
	Old Norse-Icelandic Literature and German Culture
	Racist Caricatures in Iceland in the Early 20th Century
	Monuments to Settlers of the North: A Means to Strengthen National Identity
	Images of the North, Sublime Nature, and a Pioneering Icelandic Nation
	Between Nostalgia and Modernity: Competing Discourses in Travel Writing about the Nordic North
Contemporary Images
	Banking on Borealism: Eating, Smelling, and Performing the North
	Drinking in Iceland and Ideas of the North
	Nature, Nostalgia, and Narrative: Material Identity in Icelandic Design
	The Use of English in Iceland: Convenience or a Cultural Threat? A lingua Franca or Lingua Detrimental?
	The Gender-Equal North: Icelandic Images of Femininity and Masculinity
	Staging the Nation: Performing Icelandic Nationality during the 1986 Reykjavik Summit
	The New Viking Wave: Cultural Heritage and Capitalism
	Foreign Fictions of Iceland
	The North and the Idea of Iceland Contemporary Cross-Cultural Construction of Representations of Iceland
	Reflecting Images: The Front Page of Icelandic Tourism Brochures
	Nation-Branding: A Critical Evaluation. Assessing the Image Building of Iceland
                        
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ICELAND AND IMAGES OF THE NORTH





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