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• Publications (monographs, articles, joint volumes, journal, blogs)

• Conferences - Siena, Medieval
Letters between Fiction
and Document, Odense Symposium
York Workshop, Finding Your Place in History and Politics: The Life of Universal Chronicles in the High Middle Ages.

• Journal

• Summer school - June, Belgian academy in Rome, Crossing the Languages of Medieval Europe, Rome

• internal video seminars etc

• Interfaces group - Prague meeting, editing

• Teaching

• Nesting, fostering other projects
PI’s
Christian Høgel
Lars Boje Mortensen
Elizabeth Tyler
Postdocs
Forrai
Younge
Bridges
Roselló-Martinez
Porto
Pizzone
Jagot
PhDs
Wittig
Christensen
Rowbotham
Powles
Hope
Etheridge
Kedwards
Associate members SDU
Madsen
Villads Jensen
Bisgaard
Pettitt
Associate members York
Bainton
Campopiano
Townend
Clarke
Fulton
SDU
Dept of History
Dept of Culture
SDU
Classical Studies
Literature / English
York
Department of English
York
Centre for Medieval Studies
Advisory Board
DeJong
Wallace
Cullhed
Agapitos
Journal IMEL
Advisory Board
UniMi: Borsa
Panagiotis Agapitos Greek, Cyprus
Enrico Artifoni History, Torino
Paolo Chiesa Latin, Milan
Michael Cooperson Arabic, UCLA
Jane Gilbert French, English, London
Mayke de Jong History, Utrecht
Karla Mallette Italian, Michigan
Máire Ní Mhaonaigh Irish, Cambridge
Stephan Müller German, Wien
Gudrun Nordal Old Norse, Reykjavik
Susana Torres Prieto Slavonic, Madrid
Michael Rand Hebrew, Cambridge
Michael Roberts Latin, Wesleyan
Pavlina Rychterova Czech, Wien
David Wacks Iberian, Hebrew, Oregon
David Wallace English, Penn

Medieval European Texts, in c. 15 main languages:
half a million extant (?) in more than 100.000 books
Richard de Bury (c. 1345): ‘’
• New
explanations
,
conceptualisations
,
typologies
, and
chronologies
enabling

Representations
and
valorisations
of medieval European literatures adequate for the early 21st century

Germanic
philologies
Romance
philologies
Medieval Latin
philology
Byzantine
philology
Celtic
Philologies
Slavonic
Philologies
Semitic
philologies
National
Histories
Histories of literature, philosophy, law, religion, science
Comparative literature
initiatives (global literature)
Comparative,
‘entangled’ history
European
institutions
New Literary
Histories (e.g. Wallace)
Canon
Languages
Fictionality
?
?
Humanist scholarship
Social Sciences
Natural Sciences
Languages Today
Foreign language learning (DK, UK, Europe)
English as a global literature language:
translations, hegemony
Cultural heritage
Whose heritage:
National, European, Global?
Preservation, mediation, technologies of representation and use
Broader concepts of literature
convergence of
pre-romantic and modern
Civilizational debates
deep causes of diversification, inequality Imperial languages
Europe, Eurasia
Comparisons
with India, China

national and post-national agenda
Quantitative methods
Linguistics, Archaeology
Mathematics
Substance / object of research
Hermeneutics
Historical imagination
Values
Aesthetics
concepts – typologies – taxonomies
selections – chronologies – sequences
repeatable
experiments
Observations
Human Interest
Human interest
Representations of
• emotions
• language
• authority
• nature
• beliefs
• social bonds
• political ideals
• history
• civilization
Implementation
Organisation
Research
Select publications 2013

TOWNEND, MATTHEW; TYLER, ELIZABETH M. and O’DONNELL, THOMAS: ‘European Literature and Eleventh-Century England’, in Clare A. Lees (ed.), The Cambridge History of Early Medieval English Literature, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2013, pp. 607-636.

HØGEL, CHRISTIAN: ‘The Greek Qur’an: Scholarship and Evaluation’, Orientalia Suecana, 61
suppl., 2013, 173-180.

HØGEL, CHRISTIAN: ‘The Influence of the Knowledge of the Qur’ānic Text on Byzantine
Theology’, in Juan Pedro Monferrer Salas and Sofía Torallas Tovar (eds), Cultures in Contact:
Transfer of Knowledge in the Mediterranean Context: Selected Papers, Córdoba - Beyrouth, Oriens Academic, 2013, pp. 151-155.

MORTENSEN, LARS BOJE and BISGAARD, LARS: ‘Late Medieval Urban Civilization and its North
European Variant’ in Lars Boje Mortensen, Lars Bisgaard and Tom Pettitt (eds), Guilds,
Towns, and Cultural Transmission in the North, 1300-1500, in Odense, Syddansk
Universitetsforlag, 2013, pp. 7-30.

MORTENSEN LARS BOJE and LEHTONEN, TUOMAS M. S. (eds): The Performance of Christian and Pagan Storyworlds: Non-Canonical Chapters of the History of Nordic Medieval Literature, Turnhout, Brepols


CAMPOPIANO, MICHELE: ‘A Philosopher between East and West: Aristotle and the Secret of Secrets’, Lampas: Tijdschrift voor classici, 46, 2013, 282-289.

FORRAI, REKA: ‘Obscuritas in Medieval and Humanist Translation Theories’ in Lucie Dolezalova, Jeff Rider and Alessandro Zironi (eds), Obscurity in Medieval Texts, Krems, Medium Ævum Quotidianum, 2013, pp. 157-171.

JENSEN, KURT VILLADS: ‘Cultural Encounters and Clash of Civilisations: Huntington and Modern Crusading Studies’, in Kurt Villads Jensen, Kirsi Salonen and Helle Vogt (eds),
Cultural Encounters during the Crusades, Odense, Syddansk Universitetsforlag, 2013, pp. 15-26.

PETTITT, TOM and SAUERBERG, LARS OLE: ‘The Future is Medieval: A Discussion with the Scholars behind the ‘Gutenberg Parenthesis’: A Sweeping Theory of Digital – and
Journalism – Transformation’. Interview by Dean Starkman (12 October 2012), Columbia
Journalism Review, 7 June 2013.
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