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With his article Rasmus Gjedssø Bertelsen states that «historisk læring» history-based learning based upon experiences by the 1918-forbundsloven between Denmark and Iceland should be used to help the Faroe Islands and Greenland becoming independent states. In his opinion history-based learning is useful for future relations between Denmark, the Faroe Islands and Greenland to structure shared strategic analyses, discussions and decisions.


For some, a medieval manuscript is not very exciting: simply an old book with on the damaged pages a handwriting barely readable. But for others, “manuscripts are like a part of them like flesh of their flesh and blood of their blood”.

A review on Guðmundur Hálfdánarson’s chapter „Interpreting the Nordic Past: Icelandic Medieval Manuscripts and the Construction of a Modern nation“.