Monthly Archives: March 2013

Teaching on Icelandic politics at Sorbonne and enjoying beautiful Paris

Beautiful day in Paris. It started with lectures and seminar on Icelandic politics at Sorbonne, then we went for late lunch with Sigríður Albertsdóttir, the Icelandic lecturer at Sorbonne, in La Marais and ended by dining with Jón Baldvin Hannibalsson … Continue reading

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Teaching at Sorbonne University

I´m off to France to teach students at Sorbonne University on the fascinating subject of Small State Studies.

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Teaching with Jón Baldvin Hannibalsson at the University of Vilnius

Teaching preperation can be 'damn tough' according to my colleague Jón Baldvin Hannibalsson, the honorary citizen of Vilnius and former foreign and financial minister. We will be teaching on small states at the Institute of International Relations and Political Science … Continue reading

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Grants to write graduate theses on Nordic cooperation

A great opportunity for students interested in Nordic cooperation. Stiftelsen Barbro och Sune Örtendahls fond offers four research grants, two in Iceland and two in Sweden, to post-graduate students to study the relations between Sweden and Iceland, and Nordic cooperation … Continue reading

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At the office

At my office with Tómas Joensen, my research assistant

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Iceland and the Norwegian sea power

Here is a short interview with me in the University Magazine (page 19) on my recent paper on the shelter given to Iceland by the Norwegian sea power in the Middle Ages. The paper was published in Stjórnmál og stjórnsýsla … Continue reading

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Why is there so much opposition to EU membership in Iceland?

A new paper 'Iceland's contested European Policy: The Footprint of the Past - A Small and Insular Society' just published in Jean Monnet Occasional Paper Series by the Institute for European Studies at the University of Malta.

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Introducing the 2013-2014 Programme at the University

with Stefanía Óskarsdóttir and Elva Ellertsdóttir

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Discussing news of the week

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Travel Journal from Venezuela in Víðsjá

See Icelandic National Radio

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