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Norse America: The Story of a Founding Myth

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In this interview, we talk to author and scholar Gordon Campbell all about his new book Norse Americ

In this interview, we talk to author and scholar Gordon Campbell all about his new book Norse America: The Story of a Founding Myth. Content sponsored by Oxford University Press Norse America: The Story of a Founding Myth A New Book by Gordon Campbell Tracking the saga of the Norse across the North Atlantic to America, the book [Norse America]( (published by Oxford University Press) sets the record straight about the idea that the Vikings 'discovered' America. The journey described is a continuum, with evidence-based history and archaeology at one end, and outright fraud at the other. In between there lies a huge expanse of uncertainty: sagas that may contain shards of truth, characters that may be partly historical, and fragmentary evidence open to responsible and irresponsible interpretation. [Get the Book]( We have published both a fascinating video interview with the author Gordon Campbell and a chapter from the book on our website: Video Interview with Gordon Campbell [Watch on Youtube]( The Norse in America: Fact of Fiction [Read the chapter]( If you are interested in Norse history, head to our website to read [more articles]( about the Norse, their history and their culture. [Facebook]( [Twitter]( [Instagram]( [Pinterest]( [YouTube]( [World History Foundation]( is a non-profit organization registered in Canada. [World History Publishing Ltd]( is a non-profit company registered in the United Kingdom. Our mission is to engage people with cultural heritage and to improve history education worldwide. [Donate Now]( You are receiving this email because you have either signed up for our weekly newsletter or subscribed to our membership. Our mailing address is: Ancient History Encyclopedia Brook House Mint StreetGodalming, Surrey GU7 1HE United Kingdom [Add us to your address book]( Want to change how you receive these emails? You can [update your preferences]( or [unsubscribe from this list](. [Mailchimp Email Marketing](

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