Magnús Þórhallsson as illuminator: selected assigned works in the context of contemporary art from East Anglia and Norway (23.03.2012, Aarhus, Denmark)

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Magnús Þórhallsson as illuminator: selected assigned works in the context of contemporary art from East Anglia and Norway (23.03.2012, Aarhus, Denmark)

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    STUDENT   SYMPOSIUM I NTERDISCIPLINARY S TUDENT S YMPOSIUM ON V IKING AND M EDIEVAL S CANDINAVIAN S UBJECTS   M ARCH 23 RD 2012,   P REBEN H ORNUNG S TUEN ,   S TUDENTERNES H US   9.00-9.10  Welcome and introduction by organisers Bergdís Þrastardóttir and Lisbeth H. Torfing. 9.10-9.35   Dorian Knight  , University of Iceland,  A Giantess Deceived: A Re-investigation into the Origins and Function of Hávamál Stanzas 104-110 in the Light of Sacral Kingship.   9.35-10.00   Sidsel Sander Mittet  , University Southern Denmark, Odense/University of Bergen, Maidens  fair and noble knights –  an investigation of gender discourse in Danish medieval ballads . 10.00-10.25   Simon Nygaard , Aarhus University,  Semantic center of the álfar. 10.25-10.40  Coffee break 10.40-11.05    Alexander K. Lykke , University of Oslo,  Vowel harmony and runes from Trøndelag. 11.05-11.30   Sophie Bønding , Aarhus University,  J  ǫ tunn women as ancestors of ruling families –  resources  from the Other Worlds.   11.30-11.55   Carline A. M. Tromp , University of Oslo,  A rose in any other tongue would smell as sweet.... A structural comparison between two medieval translations of a chivalric tale. 11.55-13.00  Lunch 13.00-13.25   Stefan Andreas Drechsler , University of Kiel/University of Iceland,  Magnús Þórhallsson as Illuminator: selected assigned works in the context of contemporary art from East-Anglia and Norway. 13.25-13.50   William Frost  , Orkney College, University of the Highlands & Islands,  North Atlantic Disappearances: the fate of the Picts in the Northern Islands and the Norse in Greenland.   13.50-14.15   Lina Håkansdotter , University of Göteborg/University of Gotland,  Ethnicity and urbanity along the Eastern routes of the Vikings.  14.15-14.30  Coffee break 14.30-14.55   Christian Etheridge,  Aarhus University,  The neglected genre: A new look at medieval Icelandic astronomy manuals through the manuscript GKS 1812 4to. 14.55-15.20   Freja Asmussen , Aarhus University, Viking Age wagon body burials.   15.20-15.30  Coffee break 15.30-15.55    Arngrímur Vídalín , Aarhus University,  Snorri goði Þorgrímsson: temperament and  genealogy, a case study in oral theory.   15.55-16.20   Malte Piersig , Humboldt-Universität Berlin, Modern popular reception of the Vikings in Michael Crichton’s “Eaters of the Dead”  .   16.30- 19.00 Reception , held in Kaffestuen, Studenternes Hus.
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