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Staff have published the following since joining the Centre:

2012

  • Stefan Brink, Vikingarnas slavar (Viking Slaves), Stockholm: Atlantis
  • Stefan Brink, "Vikingatidens slaveri" (Viking Age Slavery), Populär Historia6/2012.

2011

2010

  • Stefan Brink, 'Var ligger Tjottaheiti?', in Bo65. Festskrift till Bo Ralph (Meijerbergs Arkiv för svensk ordforskning 39), Göteborg 2010.
  • Stefan Brink, ‘Place Names in Scandinavia’, in The Oxford Dictionary of the Middle Ages, ed. Robert E. Bjork. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Stefan Brink, ‘Early Ecclesiastical Organization of Scandinavia, especially Sweden’, in England and the Continent in the Tenth Century: Studies in Honour of Wilhelm Levison (1876-1947), ed. by David Rollason, Conrad Leyser, and Hannah Williams (Studies in the Early Middle Ages 37) (Turnhout: Brepols). 
  • Stefan Brink, ‘Hälsingelagens ställning mellan väst och syd, och mellan kung, kyrka och lokala traditioner’, Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademiens Årsbok 2010, Stockholm
  • Stefan Brink, ‘Är Forsaringen medeltida?’, in Hälsingerunor 2010.
  • Stefan Brink, Review of: ‘People and space in the middle ages 300–1300’, ed. by Wendy Davies, Guy Halsall and Andrew Reynolds (Studies in the Early Middle Ages 15) (Turnhout: Brepols 2007), in Saga-Book 2010 (in press).

2009

  • Andrew Newby, ‘“In Building a Nation few better examples can be found”: Norden and the Scottish Parliament’Scandinavian Journal of History XXXIV (September 2009).
  • Stefan Brink, ‘Familj och kollektiv i det äldre samhället i Norden’, Saga och Sed. Kungl. Gustav Adolfs Akademiens Årsbok (2009).
  • Jan-Henrik Fallgren, ‘The Ölandic ring-forts and the Iron Age and Medieval agricultural landscapes’ in Ringwälle und verwandte Strukturen des ersten Jahrtausends n. Chr. an Nord- und Ostsee, ed. Martin Segscheider (Neumünster: Wachholtz Verlag, 2009), pp. 27-49.

2008

  • Tarrin Wills and Stefanie Würth (eds), Hugsvinnsmál in Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages Vol. 7, ed. Margaret Clunies Ross (Turnhout: Brepols, 2007).
  • Jonna Louis-Jensen and Tarrin Wills (eds), Plácitusdrápa in Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages Vol. 7, ed. Margaret Clunies Ross (Turnhout: Brepols, 2007).
  • Stefan Brink, ‘Landskap och plats som mentala konstruktioner’, in Facets of Archeology. Essays in Honour of Lotte Hedeager on her 60th Birthday. Oslo Archaeological Series 10 (Oslo: Unipub, 2008).
  • Stefan Brink, ‘People and land in early Scandinavia’, Franks, Northmen, and Slavs: Identities and State Formation in Early Medieval Europe, ed. P. Geary et al. (Cursor Mundi 5) (Brepols 2008).
  • Stefan Brink, Lord and Lady – Bryti and Deigja. Some Historical and Etymological Aspects on Family, Patronage and Slavery in Early Scandinavia and Anglo-Saxon England. (The Dorothea Coke Memorial Lecture in Northern Studies.) London 2008. 
  • Stefan Brink (ed.), The Viking World. (Routledge’s World Cultures Series.), ed. S. Brink in collaboration with Neil Price. Routledge: London & New York. [Ca 70 contributors, ca 800 pages]
  • Stefan Brink, ‘Law and society: polities and legal customs in Viking Scandinavia’; ‘Slavery in the Viking Age’; ‘Naming the land’; ‘Christianisation and the emergence of the early Church in Scandinavia’, The Viking World (Routledge 2008).

2007

  • Stefan Brink, ‘Kaupang, Skíringssalr, Tjølling and the toponymic evidence’.Kaupang in Skiringssal. (The Kaupang Excavation project 1.) Ed. Dagfinn Skre. (Aarhus University Press).
  • Stefan Brink, ‘How uniform was the Old Norse religion?’ in Learning and Understanding in the Old Norse World, ed. J. Quinn et al. (Medieval texts and cultures of northern Europe 18), (Brepols).
  • Stefan Brink (together with Nils Blomkvist and Thomas Lindkvist), ‘The Kingdom of Sweden’. In Christianization and the Rise of Christian Monarchy. Scandinavia, Central Europe and Rus c. 900-1200, ed. N. Berend (Cambridge University Press).
  • Judy Quinn, Kate Heslop and Tarrin Wills (eds), Learning and Understanding in the Old Norse World: Essays in Honour of Margaret Clunies Ross (Turnhout: Brepols, 2007).
  • Michael Gelting, ‘The kingdom of Denmark’, in Nora Berend, ed., Christianization and the Rise of Christian Monarchy: Scandinavia, Central Europe and Rus c. 900-1200, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2007, pp. 73-120.

2006

  • Stefan Brink, ‘Folke Hedblom som ortnamnsforskare’, Saga och Sed. Kungl. Gustav Adolfs Akademiens Årsbok (2006).
  • Stefan Brink, ‘Freluga och Garluö. Norrländska ortnamn på -lo’. Namn och runor : Uppsalastudier i onomastik och runologi till Lennart Elmevik på 70-årsdagen 2 februari 2006. (Namn och samhälle 17.) Uppsala.
  • Stefan Brink, ‘The Voyages of Othere and Wulfstan. A cultural historical and socio-political background’. The Voyages of Othere and Wulfstan. Ed. Janet Bately. Viking Ship Museum, Roskilde).

2005

  • Stefan Brink, ‘Verba Volant, Scripta Manent? Aspects of the Oral Society in Scandinavia’. Literacy in medieval and Early Modern Scandinavian culture, ed. P. Hermann. (Viking Collection 16) Odense.
  • Stefan Brink [Rev.] Hans Antonson, Landskap och ödesbölen. Jämtland före, under och efter den medeltida agrarkrisen. Stockholm 2004. Fornvännen 2005.
  • Stefan Brink, ‘Ortnamn kring Skälsjon’. Språk i tid. Festskrift tillägnad Mats Thelander. Uppsala.
  • Stefan Brink, ‘Jämtlands ödesbölen’. Namn och bygd 93.
  • Stefan Brink, ‘Some aspects on the Christianization of Sweden and the early Church organization’, in Church Centres, ed. Helgi Thorlaksson. Reykjavik.

In press or preparation

  • Stefan Brink, ‘Names and Naming’. Encyclopedia of American Slavery. Ed. Juniuz Rodriguez. ABC-Clio.
  • Tarrin Wills and Gísli Sigurðsson (eds), ‘[verses in] The Third Grammatical Treatise’ in Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages Vol. 3, ed. Edith Marold (Turnhout: Brepols, forthcoming 2008) [55 verses, approx. 40 pages with introduction and notes; submitted].
  • Tarrin Wills (ed.) ‘[verses in] Bandamanna saga, Bergbúa þáttr, Draumr Þórsteins Síðuhallssonar, Harðar saga, Kumblbúa þáttr and Stjörnu-Odda draumr’ in Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages Vol. 5, ed. Guðrún Nordal (Turnhout: Brepols, forthcoming 2009) [58 verses, approx. 60 pages with introduction and notes].