Fall Session – Register now! October 20 – December 8 (Sept 27th update) NEW TIMES Level 1: Beginner – 6:30 pm – 8 pm Coffee break 8 pm – 8:15 pm (intermediate students can come early, and beginner students can stay late) Level 2: Intermediate – 8:15 pm – 9:45 pm Location: Morningside-High Park Community Centre (Presbyterian Church) 4 MORNINGSIDE AVE Toronto, […]
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Tonight on the Iceland Sound, hosts Cissy and Nicole interview singer/songwriter Sigrun Stella and ICCT president Karen Helena. Tune in at 93.3 CFMU at 11pm tonight to listen live or visit http://cfmu.msumcmaster.ca and click on Programming and The Iceland Sound to stream past shows.
Learn some Icelandic in time for your summer trip to Iceland! We have wonderful teachers returning this quarter: Þórunn with the beginner students and Arna with the intermediate students. Hurry and register today www.icct.info/language-classes. Class starts Monday March 17th and runs weekly until May 12th (excluding April 21st).
Researchers at the University of Toronto are seeking native speakers of Icelandic who are willing to be interviewed for the linguistics research project: “Copular Agreement Systems: Locality and Domains”. Interviews last one hour (with the possibility of future interviews being requested). Compensation for participants is $30/hour. Please contact Julie Doner at email@example.com for further information. The lead investigators […]
Language Classes (Íslenskukennsla) Winter Session 2014 Adult Icelandic Level 1 – Beginner, and Level 2 – Intermediate Classes We welcome our new Teachers: Þórunn and Arna Björk! The next sessions are about to begin! Jan 13 – March 10 (Not Feb 17) 8 Consecutive Monday evenings 7:00pm – 9:00pm at the Morningside-High Park Presbyterian Church at 4 Morningside Ave. […]
The Árni Magnússon Institute for Icelandic Studies invites applications for the Snorri Sturluson Icelandic Fellowships for 2014. The Fellowships are granted to writers, translators and scholars (not to university students) in the field of humanities from outside Iceland, to enable them to stay in Iceland for a period of at least three months, in order […]