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1st ed.
Berlin/Boston : Walter de Gruyter GmbH, 2020
1 online resource (348 pages)
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ISBN 9783110655582 (electronic bk.)
Print version: Eriksen, Stefka G. Approaches to the Medieval Self Berlin/Boston : Walter de Gruyter GmbH,c2020
Intro -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- Approaches to the Self - From Modernity Back to Viking and Medieval Scandinavia -- The Networked Historical Self, Traveling Version -- Cognitive Approaches to Old Norse Literature -- The Precarious Self -- Multiple Spaces, Multiple Selves? The Case of King Sverrir of Norway -- The Medieval Subject and the Saga Hero -- The Selfish Skald: The Problematic Case of the Self of the Poet of Sonatorrek -- Medieval Page-turners: Interpreting Revenge in Njals saga in Reykjabok (AM 468 4to) and Moruvallabok (AM 132 fol.) -- The Self in Legal Procedure: Oath-Taking as Individualism in Norwegian Medieval Law -- The Agency of Children in Nordic Medieval Hagiography -- Food, Everyday Practice, and the Self in Medieval Oslo: A Study of Identities Based on Dietary Reconstructions from Human Remains -- Identifying "Occasions" of the Self in Viking-Age Scandinavia: Textile Production as Gendered Performance in Its Social and Spatial Settings -- Self-expression through Eponymous Tenement Plots in Medieval Oslo -- Searching for the Self in Danish Twelfth-Century Churches: A Praxeological Experiment -- The Creation of Selves as a Social Practice and Cognitive Process: A Study of the Construction of Selves in Medieval Graffiti -- The Self in Viking and Medieval Scandinavia, and Beyond: Between the Material, the Social, and the Cognitive -- Index.

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