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  • Allard, Joe
  • Auđur Ingvarsdóttir
  • Axel Kristinsson
  • Bergur Ţorgeirsson
  • Chance, Jane
  • Cochrane, Jamie
  • Davíđ Ólafsson
  • Finlay, Alison
  • Fleming, Damian
  • Gaylord, Alan T.
  • Glazyrina, Galina
  • Grřnlie, Siân
  • Hansen, Anna
  • Helgi Skúli Kjartansson
  • Jucknies, Regina
  • Jóna Guđbjörg Torfadóttir
  • Kulmar, Tarmo
  • Laufey Guđnadóttir
  • Lewis, John M.
  • Melnikova, Elena
  • Mester, Annegret
  • Nordal, Guđrún
  • Porcheddu, Frederick
  • Soffía Guđný Guđmundsdóttir
  • Tuliníus, Torfi
  • Weinstein, Jessica
  • Zilmer, Kristel
  • Árni Daníel Júlíusson
  • Ásthildur Sturludóttir
  • Úlfar Bragason
  • Ţóra Kristjánsdóttir

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    Introduction: Hjalmaklettur-Egilssaga
    Author(s): Ásthildur Sturludóttir

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    The incorporation of oral historical tradition in the early historical texts : Snorri's Ynglingasaga and Nestor’s Primary Chronicle
    Author(s): Melnikova, Elena

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    Historical artefacts in Reykholt as a visualization of our literary heritage
    Author(s): Ţóra Kristjánsdóttir

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    Childhood in early Icelandic society : representations of children in the Icelandic Sagas
    Author(s): Hansen, Anna

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    Sex, lies and the Íslendinga sögur
    Author(s): Fleming, Damian

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    Why skaldic verse? Fashion and cultural politics in thirteenth-century Iceland
    Author(s): Nordal, Guđrún

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    Hawkers, beggars, assassins and tramps : Fringe characters in the Íslendinga sögur
    Author(s): Cochrane, Jamie

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    Capital, field, illusio. Can Bourdieu's sociology help us understand the development of literature in medieval Iceland?
    Author(s): Tuliníus, Torfi

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    The Viking Age and the Crusades Era in Yngvars saga víđförla
    Author(s): Glazyrina, Galina

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    From the frying pan of oral tradition into the fire of saga writing : The precarious survival of historical fact in the saga of Yngvar the Far-Traveller
    Author(s): Helgi Skúli Kjartansson

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    Gunnhildur and the male whores
    Author(s): Jóna Guđbjörg Torfadóttir

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    Learning about places and people: Representations of travelling connections and communication situation in the Sagas of Icelanders
    Author(s): Zilmer, Kristel

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    Icelandic sagas around 1600. Reception, interpretation and context
    Author(s): Árni Daníel Júlíusson

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    Fäderneslandets antikviteter. The export of islandica in the 17th century
    Author(s): Jucknies, Regina

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    Sagas and politics in 13th century Borgarfjörđur
    Author(s): Axel Kristinsson

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    National identity and conversion through medieval romance : The case of Hrafn Gunnlaugsson's film "Í skugga hrafnsins" (In the shadow of the raven)
    Author(s): Chance, Jane ; Weinstein, Jessica

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    The sagas and conversion history: Kristni sagaand other texts
    Author(s): Grřnlie, Siân

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    Two Borgfirđinga sögur: the oldest or the youngest Íslendingasögur?
    Author(s): Finlay, Alison

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    Landnáma's relation to Icelandic family sagas
    Author(s): Auđur Ingvarsdóttir

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    Sagas in handwritten and printed books in 19th century Iceland
    Author(s): Davíđ Ólafsson

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    Re-reading William Morris re-writing the Peculiar Ardors of "Sigurd the Volsung"
    Author(s): Gaylord, Alan T.

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    Translating anxieties: Morris, Wagner, and the crisis of late Romanticism
    Author(s): Lewis, John M.

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    The importance and meaning of sagas in the ideas of the Estonian Germanist Rein Sepp
    Author(s): Kulmar, Tarmo

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    From excavation to the interdisciplinary perspective - The Reykholt Project
    Author(s): Bergur Ţorgeirsson

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    The cloning of the Karlamagnús aga in Anglo-French textual criticism
    Author(s): Porcheddu, Frederick

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    Images and Metaphors, Mirrors of Social Concern in the Saga af Viktor ok Blavus
    Author(s): Mester, Annegret

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    The word and the world: A resonant textual fragment of Íslendinga saga
    Author(s): Úlfar Bragason

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    Oral to literary: kvöldvaka, textual instability, and all that jazz
    Author(s): Allard, Joe

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    Sagas on the web: The use of information technology to introduce cultural history
    Author(s): Laufey Guđnadóttir ; Soffía Guđný Guđmundsdóttir

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