Aurelijus Vijūnas

Aurelijus Vijūnas studied Icelandic philology and Germanic comparative linguistics at the University of Iceland, as well as Indo-European linguistics at the University of California (Los Angeles). His research interests include Icelandic, Germanic, and Indo-European linguistics, historical phonetics, and mythology. Currently, Aurelijus Vijūnas is Associate Professor of English phonetics and historical linguistics at National Kaohsiung Normal University in Taiwan. He has translated the Poetic Edda from Old Norse into Lithuanian, and authored a number of articles on Indo-European and Germanic linguistics, as well as Old Norse literature.

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Shaping the Rings of the Scandinavian Fellowship
This volume of essays is a symbolic image of the current contacts between Lithuanian Scandinavianists and their fellow scholars around the globe. It is composed in the traditional academic genre of the Festschrift and is dedicated to Ērika Sausverde, the founder of Scandinavian studies in Lithuania...
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