Provided an unprecedented focus on how the early kingdoms of northern Europe emerged, and the influences new lifeways, relations with the land and literary cultures had on this watershed transformation of the north.
It brought together key researchers to promote the University of Aberdeen as a world-leading institution for comparative study of early medieval Northern cultures and built upon important collections at the University of Aberdeen, alongside the research specialisms of multiple disciplines within the university.
This led to wide dissemination of world-class research, with outstanding potential for scholarly, artistic and popular impact.
- Ecology and Landscapes of Early Medieval Royal Centres
- New Approaches to the Emergence of a Powerful Pictish Kingdom
- Post-Roman North Written Evidence
- Regional Power Struggles: A Comparative Approach
Programme Director - Professor Stefan Brink