The Centre publishes a series of occasional papers, based on lectures given at the University of Nottingham.
To see all publications by members of staff associated with the Centre, follow their links from the ‘People’ page on the left hand menu.
On 28-29th June 2014 the University of Nottingham hosted the closing conference of the AHRC Collaborative Skills Development Programme Languages, Myths and Finds.
The booklets produced by the five teams were launched at the conference and are now downloadable for free here:
Viking Myths and Rituals on the Isle of Man, ed. Leszek Gardeła and Carolyne LarringtonThe Vikings in Lewis, ed. Brittany Schorn and Judy QuinnThe Vikings in Munster,ed. Tom Birkett and Christina LeeThe Vikings in Cleveland, ed. Heather O’Donoghue and Pragya VohraViking Age Dublin: Walking Tour and Activity Book, by Rosalind Bonté, Eleanor Jackson, Maria Teresa Ramandi, Elizabeth Ashman Rowe, Rebecca Boyd and Erin Goeres
If you wish to own hard copies of these booklets, you can buy them at a price of £4 each or £15 for the set of 5 from the University of Nottingham online shop.
For more information about this project, please see the website http://languagesmythsfinds.ac.uk or follow the Twitter feed @languagesmyths.
The Fell-Benedikz Lecture series has produced a number of publications, two of which can be downloaded for free below, along with Judith Jesch's inaugural lecture:
Judith Jesch, The Nine Skills of Earl Rögnvaldr of Orkney, 2006Roberta Frank, Sex, Lies and Málsháttakvæði, 2004Benedikt S. Benedikz, Árni Magnússon—where would we be without him?, 2002
If you would like to buy hard copies of the above, they are available as a set of 3 for £5 from the University of Nottingham online shop.
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