Norwegian Society from a humorous perspective – illustrator Nicholas Lund

 

On Thursday 24.09. at 19h at UK Parobrod (Kapetan Mišina 6a), organised by Scandinavian Corner, centre for the promotion of Scandinavian culture and values, there will be a presentation held by the Norwegian illustrator and anthropologist Nicholas Lund. 

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Nicholas is a member of the team managed by Julien S. Bourelle that published The Social Guidebook to Norway, a book that presents particularities of the Norwegian society and challenges faced by foreigners living there in a humorous way. The presentation will give an insight to peculiar Norwegian behaviours, and how to use the book in order to achieve better results in both work and personal life.

He will show you a humoristic perspective on cultural differences!

Besides illustrating the drawings for this project, and another two jobs, Nicholas is studying social anthropology at Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim, to better understand human cultural relations.

“ If you have always wondered how the Norwegian society works and how to adapt to it, come to find out. It will be presented by Nicholas in an amusing and relaxed way.” says Sofija Vuković from Scandinavian Corner.

The event is free and open for public. The presentation will be held in English.

The project ‘Nordic Reading Corner’ is financially supported by The Royal Norwegian Embassy in Belgrade www.norveska.org.rs