PhD student, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Bergen, Norway.
Research topic: Norwegian monumental stone crosses in a Northwest European context: problems of chronology, distribution and function.
Research interests: stone sculpture in Scandinavia and the British Isles, archaeology, iconography, ornamental styles, death and the afterlife, commemoration, conversion.
- e-mail: iris.crouwers (a) cms.uib.no
Zanette Tsigaridas Glørstad
Dr, Researcher, Museum of Cultural History, University of Oslo, Norway.
- a.z.t.glorstad (a) khm.uio.no
Research interests: Burial monuments and rituals, Norse-Insular contact and material culture, Iron age settlement research and the relationship between materiality, monuments and landscape.
MA student, Nordic Viking and Medieval Culture, University of Oslo, Norway
- e-mail: charljo (a) student.uio.no
Research topic: The runic material from medieval Tønsberg.
MA student, Institutt for litteratur, områdestudier og europeiske språk, University of Oslo, Norway
I am currently doing my masters thesis on the subject of dotted runes and literacy. In short, I am looking at the origin, use and spread of dotted runes and try to see this in connection with the spread and use of literacy.
- e-mail: cecilko (a) student.ilos.uio.no
James E. Knirk
Professor, Director of the Runic Archives at the Museum of Cultural History University of Oslo, Norway
- j.e.knirk (a) khm.uio.no
K. Jonas Nordby
PhD student, Department of Linguistics and Scandinavian Studies, Faculty of Humanities, University of Oslo, Norway.
- k.j.nordby (a) khm.uio.no
Research topic: Cryptic runes: Cryptography in runic inscriptions from the Viking Age and the Scandinavian Middle Ages.
M.S., Professor of Nordic linguistics, Dept. of Language and Literature, Volda University College, Volda, Norway
- MichaelS (a) hivolda.no
PhD, Postdoctoral fellow, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Bergen, Norway
Research interests: Scandinavian rune stones and runic grave monuments, with a particular focus upon their Christian connections; the various communicative modes of expression of runic stone monuments.
- e-mail: Kristel.Zilmer (a) cms.uib.no