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Dr. Erik Niblaeus

Internationales Kolleg für Geisteswissenschaftliche Forschung "Schicksal, Freiheit und Prognose. Bewältigungsstrategien in Ostasien und Europa"
Ulrich-Schalk-Str. 3a
91056 Erlangen

IKGF Research Project:

Ecclesiology and Eschatology in the Archdiocese of Salzburg in the Twelfth Century

Curriculum Vitae

Oct 2010– Research Fellow/wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter, IKGF.
2006–10 PhD, King's College London, Dept of History; thesis title: 'German Influence on Religious Practice in Scandinavia, c. 1050–1150'. Funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.
2005–6 MPhil, University of Cambridge, Dept of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic (Sidney Sussex College). Funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.
2002–5 BA, University of Cambridge, Dept of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic (Sidney Sussex College).

Born in Stockholm, 1983.

Areas of Interest

  • The cultural and ecclesiastical history of Scandinavia and German-speaking Europe in the middle ages
  • Liturgy, manuscripts, and church buildings
  • Christianisation and church reform

Publications

  • 'Learning to Write in Southern Sweden: Liturgical Fragments and the Creation of a Culture of the Book', in Teaching Writing, Learning to Write: Proceedings of the XVIth Colloquium of the Comité international de paléographie latine, ed. P. R. Robinson, King's College London Medieval Studies 22 (London, 2010), 146–154
  • 'Christian Life in Twelfth-Century Scandinavia: A Comparative Approach', Storica 40 (2009), pp. 33–64
  • 'The German Affiliations of the Cathedral of Lund under Archbishop Asser (1089–1137)', Quaestio Insularis 9 (2008), pp. 94–112