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2019

No 38 (2019): Spring

One of the articles in this issue—‘"Now Flying Over the Hell-Mouth": The Gap Between St Guðlac and Nordic Volcano Imagery’ by Michael Baker—has resulted from the journal’s collaboration with the seventh annual Norse in the North conference, held on 9 June 2018 at Durham University, and hosted by the Lindisfarne Centre at St Aidan’s College. The conference was organised around the theme of “Emotions and Mindsets in Old Norse Literature and Society” by Katie Harling-Lee (née Harling-Challis) and Dr. Alexander Wilson, and was funded by a grant from Durham University’s Department of English Studies in conjunction with Postgraduate English. Additional funding was provided by St Aidan’s College and by Durham’s Centre for Academic, Researcher and Organisation Development (now the Durham Centre for Academic Development).

2018

No 37 (2018): Autumn

Two of the articles in this issue—‘The Mediation and Re-creation of Guðrún Gjúkadóttir in English Translations of the Poetic Edda in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries’ by Katie Harling-Lee, and ‘Mannakjöt and Mannakrof: Human Identity in Ketils Saga Hængs and Örvar-Odds Saga’ by Rebecca Drake—have resulted from the Journal’s collaboration with the seventh annual Norse in the North conference, held on 9 June 2018 at Durham University, and hosted by the Lindisfarne Centre at St Aidan’s College. A summary of proceedings and acknowledgments is provided by the conference organisers in the Journal's reviews section. 













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