Digital book launch: Approaches to the Medieval Self

On October 26th, 18:30-20:00 NIKU invites you to join the digital book launch for the anthology “Approaches to the Medieval Self”.

The book is one of the main results of the research project “The Self in Social Spaces”, and is finally out! The book is already available as Open Access on De Gruyter’s site.

At the book-launch, the book, and the project, will be presented by Stefka G. Eriksen, Research Professor of Old Norse literature and culture. This will be followed by a conversations between the authors and two external readers; Marianne Hem Eriksen, Associate Professor of Archaeology, Cultural Historical Museum, Oslo and Line Cecilie Engh, Associate Professor of History of Ideas, The University of Oslo.

Join us for a conversation on how we can study the medieval (and modern) self, on agency of things, on embodied, embedded, and extended minds, and much more!

Everyone is welcome to join the discussion at the Q&A session at the end of the webinar.

Register for the event here.

  • Status
  • Financed by
    The Norwegian Research Council