Elves, ghosts and prophetesses have been, and remain, a significant part of Icelandic belief, culture and national identity. These beliefs are deeply rooted in connection to the land, and the hidden creatures that live in it. This phenomenon is referred to as the pagan imagination, and will be explored through five Icelandic works of arts by three separate artists.
University of Minnesota Final Project. Spring 2015. Degree: Master of Liberal Studies. Advisor: John Marboe. 1 computer file (PDF)
Pagan Imagination in Popular Culture; the Relationship Between Elves, Ghosts and Icelanders as Cultural Identity.
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