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17th International Saga Conference

17th International Saga Conference

Reykjavik and Reykholt, Iceland

12-17 August, 2018

The 17th International Saga Conference will take place in Reykjavík and Reykholt 12–17 August, 2018. The central theme is Íslendinga sǫgur and a subsidiary theme will be law and legal writing to mark the 900th anniversary of Iceland’s first written law code.

Plenary speakers will be:

  • Carol Clover, Professor Emeritus, University of California at Berkeley
  • Lena Rohrbach, Professor of Old Norse Studies at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  • Andrew Wawn, Professor Emeritus, University of Leeds

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Franck Lahbib, Edition et traduction du manuscrit F de Gui de Warewic : un roman anglo-normand de la fin du XIIe siècle

Franck Lahbib, Edition et traduction du manuscrit F de Gui de Warewic : un roman anglo-normand de la fin du XIIe siècle, Thèse de doctorat soutenue en 2017 (Université de Montpellier 3)

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Harriet Jean Evans, Animal-Human Relations on the Household-Farm in Viking Age and Medieval Iceland

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Amélie Rigollet, La famille de Briouze, mi-XIᵉ siècle – 1326

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Bruno Nardeux, Une « forêt » royale au Moyen Âge : Le pays de Lyons, en Normandie (vers 1100 – vers 1450)

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Matthew Mills, Behold your mother : the Virgin Mary in English monasticism, c. 1050-c. 1200

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Megan Tiddeman, Money talks : Anglo-Norman, Italian and English language contact in medieval merchant documents, c1200-c1450

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William Hereward Norman, The classical Barbarian in the Íslendingasögur

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Thomas Harry Chadwick, ‘Normanitas’ revisited : reconsidering Norman ethnicity, 996-1159

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Hazel Anne Freestone, The priest’s wife in the Anglo-Norman realm, 1050-1150

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Linn Eikje Ramberg, Mynt er hva mynt gjør : En analyse av norske mynter fra 1100-tallet: produksjon, sirkulasjon og bruk

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Nikolas Gunn, Contact and Christianisation: Reassessing Purported English Loanwords in Old Norse

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Timothy Carlisle, The walrus in the walls and other strange tales : a comparative study of house-rites in the Viking-age North Atlantic Region

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Caitlin Ellis, The identity and international relations of Orkney and Dublin in the long eleventh century

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Emily Dolmans, Regional identities and cultural contact in the literatures of post-conquest England

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