Icelandic Culture and Language
PlaceRoom 2, 3F International Conference Center
Iceland is an island with volcanoes and glaciers. Adjacent to Arctic Circle and spirited with independence, the grammatical construction of the Icelandic Language has remained unchanged for 1000 years. Represented by sagas, Icelandic literature has been passed down to present day, and Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland where it is in literary culture, has been designated the City of Literature by UNESCO.
A special seminar will be held to introduce and discuss Icelandic culture and language with the Rector of Iceland University, as well as professors and researchers from Iceland University, Tokai University and Waseda University.
- Date: October 25, 2019
- Time: 15:10-17:40 (Doors open at 14:40)
- Venue: Room 2, 3F International Conference Center, Waseda University
- Language: English
- Open to all students, faculty, staff and the general public
- Registration website: https://bit.ly/2mEwqVI
*Online registration is required by October 17, 2019
*Registration will close when the number of applicants reaches maximum capacity
- Organizer: Embassy of Iceland, University of Iceland, Waseda University
- Contact: Waseda University International Office at [email protected]
For a detailed schedule of the event, see the Event Flyer from the Links section below. You may choose to attend Session 1 or 2 only (However, please refrain from attending the reception only).