Modern Icelandic Offered at UC Berkeley

The University of California at Berkeley will this fall become the third institution of higher education in the United States to offer a full-course in the Icelandic language.

Modern Icelandic is currently also taught at Brigham Young University in Utah and at the University of Minnesota. Both are located in areas with historically high rates of Nordic immigration.

The idea is to facilitate Berkeley students’ work on Iceland by relating to the language made legendary by Viking sagas about the explorers’ ninth-century settlement of the island on the southern edge of the Arctic Circle, Iceland Review reports.

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