This extraordinary collection, the first anthology of Icelandic short fiction published in English translation, features work by twenty of Iceland's most popular and celebrated living authors--including Andri Snaer Magnason, Jon Kalman Stefansson, Kristin Omarsdottir, and Auour Jonsdottir--granddaughter of Halldor Laxness, who won the 1955 Nobel Prize in Literature. Celebrated in Europe and Scandinavia but ...
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ELSE/WHERE: MAPPING explores the importance of maps as aids to navigation, understanding, and cultural representation. Traditionally written by history's victors, maps are gaining new currency in our information-saturated age as a means of making arguments and processes visible. Mapping technologies today are as diverse as the agendas driving them: the human body is mapped with 3-D software, buildings are m...