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Subject Literature » Medieval Literature

Place Northern Europe » Scandinavia

DOI: 10.1111/b.9780631235026.2004.00001.x


Katrina Attwood works in the High-Integrity Systems Engineering Group in the Department of Computer Science at the University of York, researching improvements in development and safety processes for civil aircraft engine controllers. She is currently editing a range of Norse-Icelandic Christian poems for the international project to re-edit the corpus of skaldic poetry. Michael Barnes is professor emeritus of Scandinavian studies at University College London. His recent publications include The Runic Inscriptions of Maeshowe, Orkney (1994), The Norn Language of Orkney and Shetland (1998), A New Introduction to Old Norse I: Grammar (1999), Faroese Language Studies (2001), and (with R. I. Page) The Scandinavian Runic Inscriptions of Britain (2006). Ulfar Bragason is director of the Sigurður Nordal Institute of the University of Iceland. He has published extensively on Sturlunga saga , among other topics, and is the editor of Rit Stofnunar Sigurðar Nordals, the series published by the Sigurður Nordal Institute. His research focuses on medieval Icelandic literature, the Icelandic emigration to America, and modern Icelandic culture. Margaret Cormack is associate professor of religious studies at the College of Charleston. She has published The Saints in Iceland: Their Veneration from the Conversion to 1400 (1994) and a collection of essays entitled Sacrificing the Self: Perspectives ... log in or subscribe to read full text

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