The Scandinavian diaspora may refer to
Viking and Old Norse
People emigrated to the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Sweden, Brazil and Argentina. They have also started Utopian communities in places including Australia, Brazil, Paraguay, France, Cuba, and Sierra Leone.
Emigrants became Kola Norwegians, Norwegian Americans, Norwegian Canadians, Norwegian Australians, Norwegian New Zealanders, and Norwegian South Africans. The first modern Norwegian settlement in the United States was Norwegian Ridge, in what is now Spring Grove, Minnesota. There are also people of Norwegian ancestry in South America (Brazil and Argentina) and the Southern Atlantic and Antarctic Islands.
- Scandinavian British
- Scandinavian Brazilian
- Scandinavian American
- Scandinavian Canadian
- Scandinavian Australian
- Scandinavian New Zealander
- Scandinavian Venezuelan
- Scandinavian Mexican
- Peter Heather (4 March 2010). Empires and barbarians: the fall of Rome and the birth of Europe. Oxford University Press US. p. 497. ISBN 978-0-19-973560-0. Retrieved 30 March 2011.
- Hammill, Faye. "Martha Ostenso, Literary History, and the Scandinavian Diaspora". #196 (Spring 2008) Diasporic Women's Writing. Canadian Literature. Retrieved 30 March 2011.
...the Scandinavian diaspora disrupts nationalist literary histories by crossing political and cultural boundaries between America and Canada.
- Race, Nation, and Empire in American History. p. 91. ISBN 978-0-8078-5828-8.
My story begins with a fragment in the history of the Scandinavian diaspora. About 1886, a young woman named Marie Hansen left Denmark, displaced by the after-effects of the Dano-Prussian War, and settled in Chicago.
- Lien, Marianne E; Marit Melhuus. Holding worlds together: ethnographies of knowing and belonging. p. 13. ISBN 1-84545-250-X.
Lund's Scandinavian diaspora informants from the USA (Chapter 4) re-embed themselves through recounting their genealogies.
- Michael G. Karni (1981). Finnish Diaspora: United States. Multicultural History Society of Ontario.
- Michael G. Karni (1981). Finnish Diaspora: Canada, South America, Africa, Australia and Sweden. Multicultural History Society of Ontario.
- Chad Muller (2002). Spring Grove: Minnesota's first Norwegian settlement. Arcadia Publishing. ISBN 0-7385-1949-9.
Spring Grove: Minnesota's First Norwegian Settlement is a tribute to the state's earliest Norwegian emigrants, and to generations of Norwegian Americans who have made this small farming community amongst deep valleys, fjord-like bluffs, and ...