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Acta Scandinavica

Cambridge Studies in the Early Scandinavian World

Editor: Stefan Brink
Publishing Manager: Rosie Bonté
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ISSN 2466-586X

Method of peer review
double-blind undertaken by (a) specialist member(s) of the Board or (an) external specialist(s)

Keywords
Scandinavian studies, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Iceland, North Atlantic, Greenland, Viking, Norse, Religious History, Cultural history, Literature, Archaeology, Mythologies, Middle Ages

Accepted Language(s):
English

Accepts Contributions in Open Access

ABOUT

Acta Scandinavica is a targeted series for Scandinavian Studies worldwide, focusing on early Scandinavian culture, history, language, and literature across a broad chronological period that stretches from the fall of Rome up to the emergence of modern states in the seventeenth century. The series promotes research from a range of subject areas and methodologies as a way of shedding new light on to the unique geographical region of Scandinavia, and it invites submissions of both monographs and thematically coherent volumes with essays.

  • EDITORIAL BOARD

    General Editor
    Stefan Brink, University of Cambridge/Uppsala universitet

    Editorial Advisory Board, under the auspices of the Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Celtic, University of Cambridge
    Maria Ågren, History, Uppsala University
    Pernille Hermann, Literature, Aarhus University
    Terry Gunnell, Folklore, Haskola Islands
    Judith Jesch, Old Norse, Runology, University of Nottingham
    Jens Peter Schjødt, History of Religions, Aarhus University
    Dagfinn Skre, Archaeology, University of Oslo
    Jorn Øyrehagen Sunde, Law, University of Bergen

  • AUTHOR INFORMATION

    Brepols Publishers general guidelines in English: https://www.brepols.net/permalink/stylesheet-short-refs

    All volumes in this series are evaluated by an Editorial Board, strictly on academic grounds, based on reports prepared by referees who have been commissioned by virtue of their specialism in the appropriate field. The Board ensures that the screening is done independently and without conflicts of interest. The definitive texts supplied by authors are also subject to review by the Board before being approved for publication.

    Submissions should be addressed to: Professor Stefan Brink <sb2322@cam.ac.uk>

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Sainthood, Scriptoria, and Secular Erudition in Medieval and Early Modern Scandinavia

Essays in Honour of Kirsten Wolf Dario Bullitta, Natalie Van Deusen (eds)
ISBN 978-2-503-59548-1 AS 13 | 2022 € 110,00 EXCL.VAT  (Hardback) ISBN 978-2-503-59549-8 € 110,00 EXCL. VAT   (E-book)

Materiality and Religious Practice in Medieval Denmark

Sarah Croix, Mads Heilskov (eds)
ISBN 978-2-503-59416-3 AS 12 | 2021 € 85,00 EXCL.VAT  (Hardback) ISBN 978-2-503-59417-0 € 85,00 EXCL. VAT   (E-book)

Myth, Magic, and Memory in Early Scandinavian Narrative Culture

Studies in Honour of Stephen A. Mitchell Jürg Glauser, Pernille Hermann (eds)
ISBN 978-2-503-58987-9 AS 11 | 2021 € 105,00 EXCL.VAT  (Hardback) ISBN 978-2-503-58988-6 € 105,00 EXCL. VAT   (E-book)

Myths and Magic in the Medieval Far North

Realities and Representations of a Region on the Edge of Europe Stefan Figenschow, Richard Holt, Miriam Tveit (eds)
ISBN 978-2-503-58823-0 AS 10 | 2021 € 75,00 EXCL.VAT  (Hardback) ISBN 978-2-503-58824-7 € 75,00 EXCL. VAT   (E-book)

Old Norse Myths as Political Ideologies

Critical Studies in the Appropriation of Medieval Narratives Nicolas Meylan, Lukas Rösli (eds)
ISBN 978-2-503-58821-6 AS 9 | 2020 € 80,00 EXCL.VAT  (Hardback) ISBN 978-2-503-58822-3 € 80,00 EXCL. VAT   (E-book)

Moving Words in the Nordic Middle Ages

Tracing Literacies, Texts, and Verbal Communities Amy Mulligan, Else Mundal (eds)
ISBN 978-2-503-57810-1 AS 8 | 2019 € 100,00 EXCL.VAT  (Hardback) ISBN 978-2-503-57811-8 € 100,00 EXCL. VAT   (E-book)

Theorizing Old Norse Myth

Stefan Brink, Lisa Collinson (eds)
ISBN 978-2-503-55303-0 AS 7 | 2018 € 90,00 EXCL.VAT  (Hardback) ISBN 978-2-503-55421-1 € 90,00 EXCL. VAT   (E-book)

The Cult of St Erik in Medieval Sweden

Veneration of a Royal Saint, Twelfth–Sixteenth Centuries Christian Oertel
ISBN 978-2-503-55507-2 AS 5 | 2016 € 120,00 EXCL.VAT  (Hardback) ISBN 978-2-503-56474-6 € 120,00 EXCL. VAT   (E-book)

Studies in the Transmission and Reception of Old Norse Literature

The Hyperborean Muse in European Culture Judy Quinn, Maria Adele Cipolla (eds)
ISBN 978-2-503-55553-9 AS 6 | 2016 € 120,00 EXCL.VAT  (Hardback) ISBN 978-2-503-56199-8 € 120,00 EXCL. VAT   (E-book)

Minni and Muninn

Memory in Medieval Nordic Culture Pernille Hermann, Stephen A. Mitchell, Agnes S. Arnórsdóttir (eds)
ISBN 978-2-503-54910-1 AS 4 | 2014 € 90,00 EXCL.VAT  (Hardback) ISBN 978-2-503-54996-5 € 90,00 EXCL. VAT   (E-book)

New Approaches to Early Law in Scandinavia

Stefan Brink, Lisa Collinson (eds)
ISBN 978-2-503-54754-1 AS 3 | 2014 € 85,00 EXCL.VAT  (Hardback) ISBN 978-2-503-54796-1 € 85,00 EXCL. VAT   (E-book)

Medieval Christianity in the North

New Studies Kirsi Salonen, Kurt Villads Jensen, Torstein Jørgensen (eds)
ISBN 978-2-503-54048-1 AS 1 | 2013 € 90,00 EXCL.VAT  (Hardback) ISBN 978-2-503-54053-5 € 90,00 EXCL. VAT   (E-book)

The Nordic Apocalypse

Approaches to Völuspá and Nordic Days of Judgement Terry Gunnell, Annette Lassen (eds)
ISBN 978-2-503-54182-2 AS 2 | 2013 € 90,00 EXCL.VAT  (Hardback) ISBN 978-2-503-54199-0 € 90,00 EXCL. VAT   (E-book)