Anouk Busset

PhD student, Universities of Lausanne, Switzerland, and Glasgow, Scotland

The subject of my research is a comparative study of  the early medieval carved stones of the Strathmore aera (Southern Pictland), Ireland and Scandinavia.

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Juliana Roost

PhD student, Department of Antiquities, University of Basel, Switzerland

My PhD-project is on text types in runic inscriptions in the elder futhark and Gaulish inscriptions in Latin script. I want to examine how the use of language and script compare to each other and to those of contemporary Latin inscriptions. I am interested to see to what extent we can detect similarities, possibly due to contact or, conversely, unique features of the epigraphic traditions.
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Alexandre Solcà

MA, independent scholar, Lausanne, Switzerland
My research interests: Anglo-Saxon-Old Norse monuments and relationships Old Norse-Old English poetry and linguistic approaches; Close studies on Runic inscriptions in Scandinavia and the British Isles, especially in connection with travels such as those of the austrvegr; ON-OE mythical landscapes Old Norse astronomical knowledge
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