Auld Rock meets Nordic Noir: A Danish gaze on Shetlandic Scandinavian-ness

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Abstract

In this essay, we offer an examination of Shetlandic Scandinavian-ness, as represented in three forms of cultural production, namely 1) the linguistic signs marking the Shetland landscape; 2) the fictional Shetland constructed in Robert Alan Jamieson’s novel Da Happie Land and 3) the merger of island culture and Nordic Noir drama in the Shetland TV series.
Original languageEnglish
JournalThe Bottle Imp
Issue number25
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2019

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Shetland
Rock
Mergers
Linguistic Sign
Cultural Production
Drama
TV Series
Fiction

Keywords

  • Shetlandic Scandinavian-ness
  • Da Happie Land
  • Shetland
  • Scandinavian-ness
  • cultural production

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Auld Rock meets Nordic Noir : A Danish gaze on Shetlandic Scandinavian-ness. / Tange, Hanne; Agger, Gunhild Moltesen.

In: The Bottle Imp, No. 25, 06.2019.

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