Update: This class has filled quickly, but Maren will offer it again in this winter! Check back often for more details and registration, or add your name to the waiting list by registering below to receive specific information about registration dates for the additional class.
Hoping to travel to Norway someday? Want to connect with Norwegian friends or family in their native language? We’ve got you covered! Start your Norwegian-language learning or refresh stale language skills this fall with Maren Johnson, Associate Professor of Nordic Studies and Director of the Torgerson Center for Nordic Studies at Luther College. During the eight-week session, we’ll cover the basics of grammar and vocabulary to get you ready to connect with other Norwegian speakers.
The weekly class meetings will happen on Zoom for an active, conversation-based hour. If you like, you’ll get activities to extend your learning between class meetings. There will also be opportunities to connect with Luther College students who will be beginning their study of Norwegian language with you.
One enrollment gets you signed up for all eight Zoom sessions and also includes a class workbook and a study treat.
Bli med! (Come join!)
Supplies: A computer, laptop, or tablet with a camera and mic as well as a fast, reliable internet connection.
Special Instructions: When registering for the class, please make sure to use the address you'd like the workbook shipped to, and the email address you'd like the Zoom meeting invitation sent to. You will receive links to the Zoom sessions by email sometime during the week prior to the first group meeting.
Enrollment Deadline: September 20, 2020
Maren Anderson Johnson is assistant professor of Nordic Studies and Director of the Richard L. and Judith A. Torgerson Center for Nordic Studies at Luther College. She teaches courses in Norwegian language and contemporary Nordic culture. Johnson received her M.A. and Ph.D. in Scandinavian language and literature from the University of Washington and B.A. in Norwegian language and literature from Pacific Lutheran University.