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The object of my PhD project is the manuscript transmission of Króka-Refs saga, a post-classical Icelandic family saga composed in the late 14th century. The text is preserved in over 40 manuscripts, the oldest witnesses dated to the 15th century. The aim of the project is to examine the transmission of the text, the changes it went through, the relations between the manuscripts, as well as to examine the manuscripts as cultural objects to gain insight into the milieus in which they were copied and used.

Autumn semester 2020: 

NOFI107: Old Norse Literature and Culture

 

Autumn semester 2019: 

NOFI107: Old Norse Literature and Culture

NOFI210-300: Old Norse Special Course - Teksthistorier

 

Spring semester 2019: 

NOFI112: Old Norse Literature in Translation 

 

Autumn semester 2018: 

NOFI107: Old Norse Literature and Culture

 

Spring semester 2018:

NOFI106: Old Norse Mythology

NOFI112: Old Norse Literature in Translation

Lecture
  • 2018. Building a Stemma of the Króka-Refs saga Manuscripts.
Academic lecture
  • 2019. Um grænlands byggð: The Greenland Epilogue of Króka-Refs saga.
  • 2019. Episodisches Erzählen: Handlungsmotivation und Charakterdarstellung in der Króka-Refs saga .
  • 2019. A Myth about Milling between Poetry and Prose.
  • 2018. “Hier Skrifast Saga Af Krooka Ref”: Króka-Refs saga and its Manuscript Transmission.
  • 2018. Tasteless Additions: On Post-Medieval Textual Variation in Króka-Refs saga.
  • 2017. Króka-Refs saga in Time and Space.
Popular scientific article
  • 2020. Spesialsnop: Om laug og knapper. På Høyden ( UiBs nettavis).
Poster
  • 2019. Manuscripts that Tell Stories .
  • 2018. From Stemma to Cultural History.
Chapter
  • 2020. Following up on Female fylgjur: A Re-Examination of the Concept of Female fylgjur in Old Icelandic Literature. 245-262. In:
    • 2020. Paranormal Encounters in Iceland 1150-1400. Walter de Gruyter.

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