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No. 32: Monastic Culture, The Long Thirteeth Century. Essays in Honour of Brian Patrick McGuire.

  • Introduction. Kurt Villads Jensen.
  • The Innovation Power of Monastic Life in the Middle Ages. Gert Melville.
  • An Intricate Web of Friends: Unravelling the Networks and Personal Connections of the two Lawrences of Durham. Mia Münster-Swendsen.
  • An Ideal Clerical Administrator? Reflections on the Thirteenth-Century Biography of Bishop Gunner. Sigga Engsbro.
  • A Cistercian Sermon Collection from Løgum. Kurt Villads Jensen.
  • Monasteries as Cultural Centres: The Case of Schleswig-Holstein with Lübeck and Hamburg. Thomas Riis.
  • Lordship over Monasteries in Twelfth and Thirteenth Century Sweden and Denmark. Christian Lovén.
  • Male Monastic Recruitment among the Cistercians in Medieval Sweden, c. 1143-1450. Catharina Andersson.
  • Networks, Contacts, and Change in Alvastra Abbey, c. 1185-1350. Elisabeth Regner.
  • Augustinian Canons and Benedictine Monks in the Medieval Stavanger Diocese. Eldbjørg Haug.
  • Dominican Experts in Medieval Scandinavia: The Order of Preachers and the Dissemination of Knowledge in Northern Societies. Johannes Schütz.
  • Who Ordered the Dominicans? Initiators behind Dominican Convent Foundations in Northern Europe, c. 1216-1350. Johnny Grandjean Gøgsig Jakobsen.
  • The Cistercian Network: the Flemish Abbey of Ter Doest and Scandinavia. Eric Delaissé.
  • "Ex magno devotionis fervore..." Danish Cistercians and the Apostolic Penitentiary in the Later Middle Ages. Kirsi Salonen.
  • Concluding Remarks: Monastic Culture in Northern Europe in the Long Thirteenth Century, c. 1150-1350. Brian Patrick McGuire.
  • Bibliography of Brian Patrick McGuire's published works.

No. 31: Guilds, Towns, and Cultural Transmission

  • Introduction: Late Medieval Urban Civilization and its North European Variant. Lars Boje Mortensen and Lars Bisgaard.
  • Late Medieval Migration across the Baltic. Bjørn Poulsen.
  • How Middle Low German Entered the mainland Scandinavian Languages. Kurt Braumüller.
  • Water or Beer? Anti-German Sentiments in Scandinavia in the Late Middle Ages. The Case of Norway. Erik Opsahl.
  • A Finnish Minority Identity within the Mercant Community of Late Medieval Stockholm? Marko Landberg.
  • German Influence in Swedish Medieval Towns: Reflections upon the Time-bound Historiography of the Twentieth Century. Sofia Gustafsson.
  • Medieval Performance Culture and the English Guilds: Custom, Pageantry, Drama. Tom Pettitt.
  • Fastnachtspiele in Northern Europe in the later Middle Ages. Leif Søndergaard.
  • Piety and Power on Display. The Corpus Christi Guild in Lübeck. Carsten Jahnke.
  • Membership and Social Career in tallinn Merchants' Guilds. Ann Mänd.
  • The Religious Practices of Minor Corporations in Late Medieval Tallinn: Institutional and Legal Frameworks. Tiina Kala.

No. 30: From Goths to Varangians

  • Introduction. Line Bjerg, John H. Lind & Søren M. Sindbæk
  • The Russian Controversy over the Varangians. Leo S. Klejn.
  • At the watershed between the Baltic and the Pontic before Gnezdovo. Johan Callmer.
  • Networking in north-eastern Barbaricum: a study of gold imitations of Roman Coins. Helle Winge Horsnæs.
  • The Herulians are coming! Line Bjerg.
  • Byzantium and the Scandinavian world in the 9th-10th century: material evidence of contacts. Fedir Androshchuk.
  • Chasing gold threads: auratae vestes from Hellenistic rulers to Varangian guards. Margarita Gleba.
  • Finds of Byzantine origin from the early urban centre Gnezdovo in the light of the contacts between Rus' and Constantinople (10th - early 11th centuries AD). Natalia Eniosova & Tamara Puskina.
  • Scandinavians in the east of Europe: insearch of glory or a new motherland? Volodymyr Kovalenko.
  • Viking warriors and the Byzantine Empire: was there a transfer of nautical technology? Ole Crumlin-Pedersen.
  • Mental maps of the Old Russian chronicle-writer of the early twelfth century. Elena Melnikova.
  • Darkness in the East? Scandinavian scholars on the questions of Eastern influence in Scandinavian during the Viking Age and Early Middle Ages. John H. Lind.
  • The Journey of St Clement's cult fromthe Black Sea to the Baltic Region. Ildar H. Garipzanov.
  • Royal Family connections and the Byzantine impact on Danish Romanesque church frescos. Queen Margareth Fredkulla and her nieces. Ulla Haastrup & John H. Lind.

No. 29: Renæssancen i svøb

  • Renæssancens sprog somn spejl på det moderne menneskes opståen. Marianne Børch
  • Renæssancer i kunsten - fr antikken til renæssancen. Jacob Isager
  • Turbate rei populi opus esse monarchia - Når den fri forfatning ikke fungerer, må man indføre monarki. Scipio-Cæsar polemikken og dens kontekst. Marianne Pade
  • De Daniae regno aliqua indigna cognitu: Danmarksbilledet hos en italiensk renæssancehumanist. Æneas Silvius Piccolomini (Pius II). Michael v. Cotta-Schønberg
  • Konstantinopel eller Bagdad? Den hellenske arv i renæssancen. Christian Høgel
  • Græsken i Danmark. Et kapitel af humanismens historie. Sven Lindahl
  • Jens Andersen Beldenak og den nye latin. Minna Skafte-Jensen
  • Paulus Helie som humanistisk historieskriver. Kaare Rübner Jørgensen
  • Cornelius Hamsfort d.y og Odense bispeliste. Tore Nyberg
  • Humanister, korstog og kortlægningen af det yderste nord. Janus Møller Jensen
  • Kampen om enhjørningen. Christians IIs planlagte Grønlandstogt 1514-22 i danske kalkmalerier. Lars Bisgaard
  • Til Guds pris, Majestætens ære og Rigets gavn. Om Matz Hack og hans virke som kongelig sangmester ved Christian IIIs hof. Ole Kongsted
  • Ris og ros til renæssancens børn. Leif Søndergaard

No. 28: Living with the Black Death

  • Appearance and Disappearance of the Plague: Still a Puzzle? Peter Christensen.
  • Climate, Ecology, and Plague: The Second and the Third Pandemic Reconsidered. Ole Georg Moseng.
  • The Diffusion of the Black Death 1348-1350 in Central Europe. Manfred Vasold.
  • The Black Death in the North: 1349-1350. Janken Myrdal.
  • Danish Plague Patterns, 1360-1500. Lars Bisgaard.
  • The Course of a Mid-17th Century Plague Epidemic in Denmark. Lisa Gerda Knudsen.
  • Behavioural Economics, the Black Death and the Labor Market. obert Braid.
  • Saints as Protectors against Plague: Problems of definition and Economic and Social Implications. Heinrich Dormeier.
  • The Black death as Reflected in Scandinavian Art and Architecture. Ebbe Nyborg.
  • Imagining Plague: The Black Death in Medieval Mentalities. Leif Søndergaard

No. 27: Broderliste, Broderskab, Korstog - bidrag til opklaringen af en gåde fra den danske højmiddelalder.

  • Kong Valdemars Jordebog og Codex ex-Holmienses A 41. Niels Henrik Holmqvist-Larsen
  • Codex ex-Holmiensis A 41. John H. Lind
  • Ørkesløs Gjerning? Knud Prange
  • Kong Valdemars Jordebog-manusskriptet og Broderlistens plads deri. Tore Nyberg
  • Personnavnene i Broderlisten Bente Holmberg
  • Ældre skandinaviske edsbroderskaber? John H. Lind
  • Vänskab, brödraskap och maktsystem i Valdemarernas Danmark. Lars Hermanson
  • Olavskrigere og jomsvikinger Bjørn Bandlien
  • Broderliste, Vederlov og Holger Danske Kurt Villads Jensen
  • Broderskaber og Korstog Janus Møller Jensen
  • Om korstogsberetningen De Profectione Danorum in Hierosolyman (ca. 1200) Karen Skovgaard-Petersen

No. 26: Tidlige klostre i Norden.

  • De benediktinske klostergrundlæggelser i Norden. Tore Nyberg
  • Biskop og kloster: Eksemplet Bisp Svend og Øm kloster. Brian Patrick McGuire
  • Cistercienserne i Norden indtil c. 1200. Jamens France.
  • Cistercienserne i Norge og biskoperie. Dag Sverre Henriksen
  • Klostre og korstog. Kolonisering og landskabsomvendelse i 1100-tallet. Kurt Villads Jensen
  • Klostre og helgenkult i tidlig middelalder. Ivan Normann Andersen
  • Halsted kloster og den hellige Samson. Lars Bisgaard
  • Den âldre medeltidens littära klosterkultur. Alf Härdelin
  • Om nordiskt och lärt hos de tidiga benediktinnerna på Island. Karl G. Johansson
  • De svenske cistercienserklostren: kyrklig förhistoria och etablering. Jan O. M. Karlsson

No. 25: Monsters, Marvels and Miracles, Imaginary Journeys and Landscapes in the Middle Ages.

  • Mapping the Middle Ages: The Imaginary and Real Universe of the Mappaemundi. Evelyn Edson
  • The World of the Strange Races. Naomi Reed Kline
  • Monsters at the Earth's Imagined Corners. Wonders and Discovery in the Late Middle Ages. John Block Friedman
  • Die mittelalterliche Allegorie der Lebensreise. Peter Dinzelbacher
  • Monsters and Miracles in Ywain. Rasmus Thorning Hansen
  • Gebirgswildnis mit 'wilden' Frauen: Juan Ruiz' literarischer Streifzug durch die Sierra de Guadarrama. Sieglinde Hartmann
  • Imaginary Journeys among the Celts. Bernhard Meier
  • Far West of Spain - The Land of Cockaigne. Leif Søndergaard

No. 24: Saxo and the Baltic Region

  • Translating Saxo. Peter Zeeberg
  • The Composition of the Gesta Danorum and the Place of Geographic relations in its Worldview. Sigurd Kværndrup
  • Marriage and Politics in Saxo's Gesta Danorum. Thyrra Nors
  • Saxos Sicht auf Obodriten und Lutizen und die Auswirkungen dänischer Politik der Saxo-Zeit bis ins 13. Jahrhundert. Heike Reimann
  • Saxo Grammaticus on the Balts. Tomas Baranauskas
  • Saxo: On the Peoples beyound the Baltic Sea. Niels Henrik Holmqvist-Larsen
  • Saxo und die offizielle Königsideologie. Thomas Riis
  • Saxo and the Baltic. Danish Baltic-sea Policies at the End of King Niels' reign, 1128-1134. Foreign Policy or Domestic Affairs? Lars Hermanson
  • Saxo und die Geschichte der Ranen auf Rügen in der 1. Hälfte des 12. Jahrhunderts. Hans-Otto Gaethke
  • Das Deutschenbild in den historischen Büchern der gesta Danorum. Martin Groh
  • Wenderzüge, Kreuzzüge, Vasallen und Leding. Niels Lund

No. 23: Text and Voice, the Rhetorich og Authority in the Middle Ages.

  • Textual Performance: Chaucerian Prologues and the French Dit. A.C. Spearing
  • Le prestige du livre à l'époque monastique. Birger Munk Olsen
  • The Rhetoric of the Latin Page: Authority, Persuasion and Latinity in Medieval and Renaissance Historiography. Lars Boje Mortensen
  • Geoffrey Chaucer and the Cosmic text: Rejecting Analogy. Marianne Børch
  • 'Adhering to the footprints of these men as if to books from antiquity'. Karsten Friis-Jensen
  • Absent Glosses: A Crisis of Vernacular Hermeneutics in Late-Medieval England. Alastair Minnis
  • The Art of Rhetoric and the Art of the Page: Figurae in the Illuminations of the Getty Apocalypse. Jesse M. Gellrich
  • Un texte sans authorité: La Bible. Betty Rojtman
  • The Cloud of Unknowing: Apophatic Discourse and Vernacular Anxieties. Charles Lock
  • Nature's Light: The World as a text and its Medieval Reader. Aksel Haaning

No. 22: Gilder, lav og broderskaber i middelalderens Danmark.

  • Gildernes form og funksjon i middelalderens Skandinavia. Christoph Anz
  • Kommune og gilde i Slesvig i højmiddelalderen. Christian Radtke
  • Knudsgilder og korstog. Kurt Villads Jensen
  • Social interaktion genom Knutsgillet i Malmö under senmedeltiden och reformationstidevarvet. Marko Lamberg
  • Kulturelle aktiviteter i gilder og lav. Leif Søndergaard
  • Gilder og lav i middelalderens Roskilde: Organisation og forhold til bystyre og kirke. Vivian Etting
  • Sankt Lucii gilde i Roskilde: Et bidrag til Roskildes sociale historie o. 1500. Thelma Jexlev
  • Fromhed og magt i senmiddelalderen: Rosenkransbroderskaberne i Slesvig og Odense. Bjørn Poulsen.
  • Gilderne og reformationen: Husum. Lars Bisgaard

No. 21: Inclinate Aurem. Oral Perspectives on Early European Verbal Culture.

  • Introduction. Oral Perspectives: "I see a voice". Thomas Pettitt
  • The Homeric Epics: Collective Memory or Collective Fantasy?Jan Helldén
  • The Textualizing of Homer. Gregory Nagy
  • Reading Between the Signs. John Miles Foley
  • Heroine in Grief: The Old Norse Development of a Germanic Theme. Lars Lönnroth
  • Learning the basic Words: religious Instruction in the late Middle Ages. Ninna Jørgensen
  • Saint Ann: Story and Rhetoric, Orality and Print. Ann Moss
  • The Impact of Writing on Stories Collected From Nineteenth-Century Inuit Traditions. Kirsten Thisted
  • Midieval Perspectives on Turkic Oral Epic Poetry. Karl Reichl A regenerative Approach to Oral Traditions of the Past? Modern Contemporary Legends and their Medieval and Ancient Counterparts. Henrik Lassen

No. 20: Pilgerreisen im Mittelalter.

  • Pilgerfahrt durch Stellvertreter. Niels-Knud Liebgott
  • Stellvertretende Pilgerfahrten in lübischen testamenten. Carsten Selch Jensen
  • Vergessene Spuren der spätmittelalterlichen Adelsreise auf dem Sinai und in der ägyptischen Wüste. Detlev Kraack
  • Mittelalterliche Raumvorstellungen und Pilgerfahrten - eine komplizierte Geschichte. Dick Harrison
  • Reisen in der Diaspora: Eigenes in der Fremde in der jüdischen Reiseliteratur des Mittelalters. Michael Harbsmeier
  • Die skandinavishen Pilger: Motivation, Alltag und Mentalität. Christian Krötzl

No. 19: Billeder i middelalderen - Kalkmalerier og altertavler

  • Altertavler og kalkmalerier 1475-1525: Eksempler på samspil. Ulla Haastrup
  • Franciskansk ikonografi: Horsens klosterkirke. Sissel F. Plathe
  • "Veni de Libano, veni coronaberis" Bildprogrammen i de äldsta skånska altarskåpen. Lena Liepe
  • Senmiddelalderlige gildealtre i Danmark. Lars Bisgaard
  • Senmidderalderlige strukturer i dansk vægmaleri. Søren Kaspersen
  • Magiske tegn, figurer og formler i senmiddelalderlige kalkmalerier. Leif Søndergaard
  • Bondens hverdag i det senmiddelalderlige kalkmaleri. Axel Bolvig

No. 18: The Entertainer in Medieval and Traditional Culture

  • Rumelant von Sachsen: ein Fahrender aus Deutschland in Dänemark. Reinhold Schröder
  • Song of praise and Blame and the Repertoire of the Gestour. Andrew Taylor
  • Minstrel Poetry in an English Manuscript of the Sixteenth Century: Richard Sheale and MS. Ashmole 48. Michael Chesnutt
  • Ballad Singers and Ballad Style: The Case of the Murdered Sweethearts. Thomas Pettitt
  • From Solo Bard to Runrig: The Entertainer in the Scots Gailic World, Medieval and Modern. James Porter

No. 17: Custom, Culture and Community in the Later Middleages 

  • Carnival Traditions in the Low Countries. Marjoke de Roos
  • Summer Festivals in the Thames Valley Countries. Alexandra Johnson
  • Christmas Traditions in Scandinavia. Iørn Piø
  • Games in their Seasons. Jean-Michel Mehl
  • King and Queen Games in English Mystery and French Passion Plays. Sandra Billington
  • The Hellequin Figure in Medival Custom. Bent Holm

No. 16: Saints and Sagas

  • The Legend of the Virgin Saint. Birte Carlé
  • Saints' Lives and Icelandic Literature in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries. Margaret Cormack
  • The Hagiography of Snorri Sturluson especially in the Great Saga og st. Olaf. Sverrir Tómasson
  • Saints´Lives and Sagas. Peter Foote
  • The "Voice of the People in some Late-Medieval Miracle-Collections. Anders Fröjmaark
  • The wronged dauther in fairytale: "Unnatural love" in the cult of Saint Dympna and Charles Perrault's "Peau-d'Âne´. Marina Warner

No. 15: The Making of the Couple

  • Les problemes du couple. Une Réalité voilée. Michel Olsen
  • Gender and genre: short and long forms in saga literature. Joseph Harris
  • Zur Paarbeziehung in deutscher Märendichtung. Sozialer Kontext und Bedingungen. Walter Blank
  • Le couple impossible: Littérature et corps de la femme en Italie (de la Vita nuova aux "Livres de familie"). Raul Mordenti
  • The Making of the Couple in Old and Middle English Literature. Jan W. Dietrichson
  • The Couple in Chaucer´s Fabliaux

No. 14: The Medieval Text, Editors and Critics 

  • Commentary as Criticism: A Chapter in the History of Medieval Literary Theory. Alastair J. Minnis
  • Text and their Contexts. Ingeborg Glier
  • Piers Plowman: The Poem and the Editors. Charlotte Brewer
  • In the Workshop of a Fifteenth-Centry Russian Chronicle Editor. John Lind
  • L'édition des textes antigues au moyen âge. Birger Munk Olsen

No. 13: The Telling of Stories, Approaches to a Tradition Craft

  • Tiererzählungen und ihr Menschenbild. Lutz Röhrich
  • Moral Attitudes in Traditional Narratives about Childlessness and Childbirth. Bengt af Klintberg
  • How Storytellers Interpret the Snakeprince Tale. Linda Dégh
  • Oral Traditional Tales and the Thousand Nights and a Nigth: The Demographic Factor. Hasan El-Shamy
  • Hans im Glück (khm 83) Zur Entstehung, Verbreitung und bildlichen Darstllung eines populären Märchens. Hans-Jörg Uther
  • Hans Christian Andersen's Use Of Folktales. Bengt Holbek
  • Hans Christian Andersen und die literarische Märchentradition. Torben Brorstrøm

No. 12: The Vitality of the Arthurian Legend 

  • A City Built to Music: An Introduction to the Story og Arthur. Graham D. Caie
  • The Historical Origins of the Arthurian Legend. Geoffey Ashe
  • Medieval French Arthurian Literature: Recent Progress anf Critical Trends Keith Busby
  • Middle English Arthurian Romance: The Repetition and Reputation of Gawain Phillip C. Boardman
  • Arthur Coming Alaive Again: 18th-Centry Medievalism and the Beginnings of a Modern Myth Kurt Gamarschlag
    My Search for Morgaine Le Fay
    Marion Zimmer Bradley
  • The Knight Errant: The Quest for Integrity. Richard Cavendish

No. 11: Popular Drama in Northern Europe in the Later Middle Ages

  • Satiric Stategies in the English Cycle Plays. William Tydeman
  • Miracles de Notre Dame par Personnages. Michel Olsen
  • Original-Stagning Production of English Medieval Plays - ideals, evidence and practice. Peter Meredith
  • Lanceloet van Denemerken, One of the Abele Spelen in the Hulthem Manuscript. Hans Van Dijk
  • The Fool and the Moral in English and Scottish Mrality Plays. Sandra Billington
  • Der man verkert sich in ein frauen. Rollenklischees und Komik in den frühen Fastnachspielen. Rüdiger Krohn
  • Fastnacht und Fastnactsspiel. Bemerkungen zum gegenwärtigen Stand volkkundlicher und literahistorischer Fastnachtsforschung. Dietz-Rüdiger Moser
  • Bildende Kunst, Theater und Volkstümlichkeit im mittelalterlichen Dänemark. Zur Wechselwirkung von Wandmaleri und Spielkultur. Søren Kaspersen

No. 10: Continuity and Change

  • Text and Context. Continuity and change in Medieval Icalandic historiy as "said" and "laid down" Kirsten Hastrup
  • The Age of the Sturlungs. Jesse L. Byock
  • The Formation of the State and Concepts of Society in 13th Century Norway. Sverre Bagge
  • From Sacral Kingship to Self-Representation. Hungarian and European Royal Saints in the 11th-13th centuries. Gábor Klaniczay
  • Medieval Misogyny. R. Howard Bloch
  • Continuity and Change in Medieval Epic and Society. Elisabeth Vestergaard

No. 9: The Concept of Tradition in Ballad Research

  • Tradition: Objectivations or Social Behaviour? Reimund Kvideland
  • Traditional Petterns and the Religious Ballads David Buchan
  • Ballads Formulas and the Language of Tradition Flemming G. Andersen
  • Tradition and Text Vesteinn Olason
  • Oral Tradition – Literary Tradition Iørn Piø
  • Scherz und Spott in der dänischen Gesangtradition Rita Pedersen

No. 8: History and Heroic Tale

  • The Homeric Oral Tradition and the Development of a Greek Cultural Identity: Typical and Special Factors.Geoffery S. Kirk
  • Die Schwanenrittersage als Ursprungsmythos mittelalterlicher Füstengesclechter. Herbert Kolb
  • Irish Origin Legends and Genealogy: Recurrent Aetiologies. Donnchadh O Corráin
  • Some Functions of Origin Stories in Early Medieval Wales. P. P. Sims-Williams
  • The Povest’ vremennyx let and the Question of Truth. Omeljan Pritsak
  • Jean d’Outremeuse, les origins legendaries et le passé carolingien de la patrie liégeoise. Modalité d’une reconstruction du passé. Madeleine Tyssens
  • Starkad in Saxo’s Gesta Danorum. Inge Skovgaard-Petersen
  • History and Heroic Tale: the Authority of the Poet. Gerd Wolfgang Weber

No. 7: From Script to Book

  • The first printed book in Danish and the first library in Denmark. Torben Nielsen
  • From script to print. Joseph W. Scott
  • Johann Snell. Ursula Altmann
  • The Breviarium and the Missale Nidrosience (1519) Lilli Gjerløw
  • Studien zum Wachstum und zur Entwicklung von Bibliotheken in Südostniedersachsen am Ende des 15. und zu Beginn des 16. Jahrhunderts. Helmer Härtel
    William Caxton: a review. N.F. Blake
  • Typologie du livre et de la lecture dans l'Italie de la renaissance: De Perarque á Politien. Armando Petrucci
  • The copying of printes books for humanistic bibliophiles in the fifteenth century. Albert Derolez

No. 6: The Medieval Legacy

  • Vom Wirtshaus nach Valhall. Aspekte der Mittelalterrezeption in Deutschland. Otfrid Ehrismann
  • Goths and Huns: the rediscovery and revival in later centuries. Finnbogi Gudmundsson
  • Ad fontes: Norse influence on Norwegian tradition. Olav Bø
  • The importance of medieval literature in Sweden for modern fiction and poetry. Jöran Mjöberg
  • Das Volklied in dänischen Romantik und Neuromantik. Mogens Brøndsted
  • Gibt es eine Mittelalterrezeption in der französischen Romantik? Michel Olsen
  • Som reflections on periodisation in early modern history. Kristof Glamann

No. 5: Hagiogaphy and Medieval Literature - Udsolgt fra forlaget

  • Regionale und soziale Auswirkungen in der Heiligenverehrung. Matthias Zender
  • An Attempt to define the typology of medieval hagiography. Régis Boyer
  • Some remarks on the Old Swedish miracle collection Cod. Holm. A 11. Oloph Odenius
  • German and Dutch legendaies of the Middle Ages: a syrvey. Werner Williams-Krapp
  • Hild, abbess of Streonæshalch. Christine E. Fell
  • St Knud and St Knuds Church Tore Nyberg
  • Das Bild Knut Lavards in den erählenden Quellen des 12. und 13. Jahrhunderts. Erich Hoffmann
  • L'édition médiévale des légendiers latins dans le cadre d'une hagiographie généale. Guy Philippart

No. 4: Medieval Iconography and Narrative - Udsolgt fra forlaget

  • Introduktion Marianne Powell
  • Der kunstfertige Schmied - ein ikonographisches und narratives Thema des frühen Mittelalters. Heinrich Beck
  • Some pictorial conventions for the recounting of thoughts and experiences in late medieval art. Sixten Ringbom
  • "Triumph" as a motif in the poems of Petrarch and in contemporary and later art. Esther Nyholm
  • Pictorial illustration of late medieval poetic texts: the role of the frontispiece or prefatory picture. Elizabeth Salter and Derek Pearsall
  • Biblia Pauperum and the wall paintings in the church of Bellinge. The Book and the church wall. Knud Banning
  • The wall paintings in the parish church of Bellinge (dated 1496) explained by parallels in contemporary European theatre. Ulla Haastrup
  • The wall paintings at Bellinge and their group. Søren Kaspersen
  • Zur Ploblematik der Beziehung zwischen Bilddetail und Bildganzem. Kurt Schier
  • The Volsung legend in medieval artSue Margeson

No. 3: Medieval Narrative

  • Tabu in early Irish narrative. David Greene
  • Early Icelandic imaginative literature. Hermann Palsson
  • The Moralisation of the fable: from Æsop to Romulus. Morten Nøjgaard
  • The emancipation of story in the twelfth centry. G. T. Shepherd
  • The narrative art of Beowulf. E. G. Stanley
  • Trajectory of the hero: Gauvain paragon of chivalry 1130 - 1230. Per Nykrog
  • The double scene of Arrow-Odd's drinking contest. Lars Lönnroth
  • Varieties of tradition in medieval narrative. Robert Kellogg

No. 2: The European Medieval Ballad.

  • The Ballad in Scandinavia: Its Age, Prehistory and Earliest History. Some Preliminary Reflections. Bengt R. Jonsson
  • Breton Orally Transmitted Folk Poetry. Donatien Laurent
  • Lower Germany, England, Denmark and the problem og Ballad Origins. Ernst Erich Metzner
  • Zur Frage nach der mittelalterlichen Tradition der slowenischen Balladen und ihrer Stellung innerhalb der europäischen Überlieferung. Zmaga Kumer (with English summary)

No. 1: Oral Tradition Literary Tradition

  • Die Einstellung der isländischen Sagaverfasser und ihrer Vorgänger zur mündlichen Tradition. Dietrich Hofmann
  • Maximus in Old English narrative: Literary art or traditional wisdom? T.A. Shippey
  • Oral and literary tradition in early Scandinavian law: Aspects of a problem. Peter Foote
  • Oral Tradition and Literary Tradition: The Scottish ballads. David Buchan
  • On reading orally-performed ballads: The medieval ballads of Denmark. Iørn Piø
  • Romania-Germania: Mündliche und schriftliche Überlieferung. Carlo Alberto Mastrelli
  • Oral Tradition - Literary Tradition: Views on the origin of the chanson de geste since Bédier. Eyvind Fjeld Halvorsen
  • Einige methodische Überlegungen zum Problem von mündlicher und literarischer Tradition im Norden. Kurt Schier
  • Discussion with an appendix. Bengt Holbæk

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