Abteilung für Nordische Philologie

Dr. Rebecca Merkelbach


'Dólgr í byggðinni: Meeting the Social Monster in the Sagas of Icelanders', in Paranormal Encounters in Iceland 1150-1400, ed. by Ármann Jakobsson and Miriam Mayburd (Kalamazoo: ARC Humanities Press) [eingereicht]

'Enchanting the Land: Monstrous Magic, Social Concerns and the Natural World in the Íslendingasögur', in Defining and Applying Social Norms in Medieval Scandinavia, ed. by Jakub Morawiec, Aleksandra Jochymek and Grzegorz Bartusik (Kalamazoo: ARC Humanities Press) [Angenommen]

'Eigi í mannlegu eðli: Shape, Monstrosity and Berserkism in the Íslendingasögur', in Shapeshifters in Medieval North Atlantic Literatures, hg. von Santiago Barreiro und Luciana Cordo Russo (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press) [Angenommen; erscheint voraussichtlich 2018]

'"He has long forfeited all kinship ties”: Monstrosity, Familial Disruption, and the Cultural Relevance of the Outlaw Sagas', Gripla, 28 (2017), S. 103-37

'Volkes Stimme: Interaktion als Dialog in der Konstruktion sozialer Monstrosität in den Isländersagas', in Stimme und Performanz in der mittelalterlichen Literatur, hg. von Monika Unzeitig, Nine Miedema und Angela Schrott (Berlin: De Gruyter), S. 251-75

'Engi maðr skapar sik sjálfr: Fathers, Abuse and Monstrosity in the Outlaw Sagas', in Bad Boys and Wicked Women: Antagonists and Troublemakers in Old Norse Literature, hg. von Daniela Hahn und Andreas Schmidt, Münchner Nordistische Studien 27, (Munich: Herbert Utz Verlag, 2016), S. 59-93

'The Monster in Me: Social Corruption and the Perception of Monstrosity in the Sagas of Icelanders', Quaestio Insularis 15 (2014), S. 22-37

'"Deeper and Deeper into the Wood”: Forests as Places of Transformation in The Lord of the Rings', in Tolkien: The Forest and the City, hg. von Helen Conrad-O'Briain und Gerard Hynes (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2013), S. 57-66