A new lecturer has been added to the team of experts, who will be teaching at the ReNEW Summer School. Íris Ellenberger is a researcher at the Reykjavík Academy and a teacher at the University of Iceland. She holds a PhD in history and has taught and published widely on migration history, transcultural history, queer history, history of sexuality and gender history. In 2017, she coedited Svo veistu að þú varst ekki hér, the first book on queer history in Iceland. She is currently putting the finishing touches on her study on mobility, contact zones and transculturation in the peripheral locality of Reykjavík in 1890–1920. She is also working on a research project, funded by the Icelandic Equality Fund, on the queer sexualities of women in Iceland between 1700 and 1960.