Isak Collijn

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Isak Gustaf Alfred Collijn (17 July 1875 – 28 March 1949) was a Swedish bibliographer and publisher.

He enrolled as a student in 1893, and graduated with a degree in philosophy in 1902, with the treatise Les suffixes toponymiques dans les langues française et provençale. He was employed as a lecturer at Uppsala University in 1905, and as chief librarian at the same university in 1910.[1] In 1914, Collijn commenced editing the librarians' periodical Nordisk tidsskrift för bok- och biblioteksväsen.[2]

He was a cousin of Ludvig Collijn.


  1. ^ Westrin, Th.; Fahlstedt, E.; & Söderberg, V., eds. (1923). "Collijn, Isak Gustaf Alfred". Nordisk familjebok (in Swedish). 35. Stockholm: Nordisk familjeboks tryckeri. pp. 146–47. 
  2. ^ "Förord till den elektroniska utgåvan" (in Swedish). Project Runeberg. Retrieved 31 May 2011.