Edited by:Carolyne Larrington, Oren Falk, Dawn Hadley, Kate Heslop, Jana Schulman and Jón Viðar Sigurðsson
Medieval Institute Publications
The Northern Medieval World aims to integrate research from historical, archaeological, literary and other traditions. Highly interdisciplinary in scope, the series embraces also gender, literary, manuscript, philosophical, religious and textual studies, as well as sources for educational use. We welcome cutting-edge approaches that seek to engage with all of medieval Scandinavia: not only Denmark, Iceland, Norway and Sweden but also regions of the world that were part of the Norse universe in the Middle Ages—such as Rus, Normandy, the Danelaw and Greenland. Comparative studies are also welcome, as long as there is a significant Northern focus. The Northern Medieval World is open in particular to "edgy" approaches, such as queer studies, ecocritical studies and digital humanities-based approaches.
The editorial board comprises:
Carolyne Larrington, St. John’s College, Oxford (Chair)