Below is a list of the outcomes of the “Transtextual Networks” project in the form of publications and presentations in the past two years. There will be updates as new papers are presented and articles in-progress are published.
Articles and Book Chapters
“From Caesar to Charlemagne: The Tradition of Trojan Origins.” The Medieval History Journal: Special issue on Narratives of Ethnic Origins: Eurasian Perspectives. 21.2 (2018): 251–90. DOI: 10.1177/0971945818775372 [green open access]
“Late Antique Accounts of the Trojan War: A Comparative Look at the Manuscript Evidence.” Pecia. Le livre et l’écrit: Special issue on Le manuscrit, entre écriture et texte. 17 (2016): 149–70. DOI: 10.1484/J.PECIA.5.111766 [green open access]
“Is a Picture Worth a Thousand Words? Digital Facsimiles vs. Digital Catalogues of Manuscripts.” 94th Annual Meeting of the Medieval Academy of America. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, USA, 7-9 Mar 2019. (refereed; forthcoming)
“Manuscripts in Context: The Trojan Narrative in the Icelandic Saga Tradition.” 17th International Saga Conference. University of Iceland, Reykjavík, Iceland, 17 Aug 2018. (refereed)
“The Story of Troy: Facts and Figures, or Texts and Manuscripts.” International Medieval Congress 2018. University of Leeds, Leeds, UK, 4 Jul 2018. (refereed)
“Patterns and Outliers: Late Antique Trojan Narratives in Medieval Manuscript Compilations.” 17th International Seminar on the Care and Conservation of Manuscripts. University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark, 11 Apr 2018. (refereed)
“The Story of Troy in Medieval Manuscripts.” 20th Biennial New College Conference on Medieval & Renaissance Studies. New College, Sarasota, FL, USA, 8 Mar 2018. (refereed)
“The Story of the Trojan Origins of the Franks: A Carolingian Legacy?” 44th Annual New England Medieval Conference. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA, 7 Oct 2017. (refereed)
“From Dares of Phrygia to Geoffrey of Monmouth: The Trojan Origins of the British in Manuscripts.” International Medieval Congress 2017. University of Leeds, Leeds, UK, 5 Jul 2017. (refereed)
“Looking Back at the Fifth Century: Revisiting the Origin of the Franks.” Shifting Frontiers in Late Antiquity XII. Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA, 23 Mar 2017. (refereed)
“A New Look at the Trojan Heritage of the Franks.” Texts and Identities in the Early Middle Ages XX: New Directions in the Early Middle Ages I. Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Vienna, Austria, 2 Mar 2017. (invited)
“Publish or Perish 2.0: Open Access Publishing.” The Network of Early Career Researchers in Old Norse Inaugural Workshop: Trends and Challenges in Early Career Scholarship. University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark, 22 Oct 2017.
“Troy in Medieval Imagination: Transmission of Texts and Dissemination of Manuscripts in Latin.” AMS forskermøder. University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark, 16 Sep 2016.