dr. K.E.E. (Karin) Olsen

Senior Lecturer

dr. K.E.E. (Karin) Olsen
E-mail:
k.e.e.olsen rug.nl

Research

  1. 2020
  2. Olsen, K. (2020). Warriors and Their Battle Gear: Conceptual Blending in Riddles 5 and 20 of the Exeter Book. In M. Cavell, & J. Neville (Eds.), Riddles at Work in the Early Medieval Tradition: Words, Ideas, Interactions (pp. 111-127). (Manchester Medieval Literature and Culture). Manchester University Press.
  3. 2016
  4. Olsen, K. (2016). Earthworms, Fire Serpents, and the Visual Imagination in the Old English 'Soul and Body'. In Anglo-Saxon England and the Visual Imagination (pp. 199-209). (Essays in Anglo-Saxon Studies; Vol. 6), (Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies; Vol. 461). Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies.
  5. Olsen, K. (2016). Canonising Just and Militant Kingship: St Oswald in Bede's 'Historia ecclesiastica' and Aelfric's 'Natale Sancti Oswaldi regis et martyris'. In R. H. Bremmer Jr, & C. Dekker (Eds.), Fruits of Learning: The Transfer of Encyclopedic Knowledge in the Early Middle Ages (pp. 213-229). Peeters.
  6. 2014
  7. Olsen, K. (2014). Airy Nothings: The World of Faerie from the Middle Ages to the Age of Reason. (Brill's Studies in Intellectual History; Vol. 222). Martinus Nijhoff/Brill.
  8. Olsen, K. (2014). Female Voices from the Otherworld: The Role of Women in the Early Irish 'Echtrai'. In K. E. Olsen, & J. R. Veenstra (Eds.), Airy Nothings: Imagining the Otherworld of Faerie from the Middle Ages to the Age of Reason (pp. 57-74). (Brill's Studies in Intellectual History; Vol. 222). Martinus Nijhoff/Brill.
  9. Olsen, K., & Veenstra, J. R. (2014). Introduction. In J. R. Veenstra (Ed.), Airy Nothings : Imagining the Otherworld of Faerie from the Middle Ages to the Age of Reason (pp. VII-XVI). (Brill's Studies in Intellectual History; Vol. 222). Martinus Nijhoff/Brill.
  10. 2010
  11. Olsen, K. E. E. (2010). Thematic Affinities between the Non-Liturgical Marginalia and the 'Old English Bede' in Cambridge, Corpus Christi College 41. In R. H. Bremmer Jr., & K. Dekker (Eds.), Practice in Learning: The Transfer of Encyclopaedic Knowledge in the Early Middle Ages (pp. 133 - 145). (Mediaevalia Groningana New Series; No. Vol. 16). Peeters.
  12. 2009
  13. Dekker, C., Olsen, K. E. E., & Hofstra, T. (2009). Introduction. In K. Dekker, K. Olsen, & T. Hofstra (Eds.), The World of Travellers. Exploration and Imagination (pp. 1 - 3). (Germania Latina; No. VII). Peeters.
  14. Olsen, K. E. E. (2009). Traveller and Mediator: St Helena in the Old English Invention Homily. In K. Dekker, K. Olsen, & T. Hofstra (Eds.), The World of Travellers. Exploration and Imagination (pp. 103 - 115). (Germania Latina; No. VII). Peeters.
  15. 2008
  16. Olsen, K. E. E. (2008). From Cultural Outcast to Cosmic Enemy: Giant-Kennings in Skaldic Mythological Poetry. In K. Dekker, A. MacDonald, & H. Niebaum (Eds.), Northern Voices. Essays on Old Germanic and Related Topics, Offered to Professor Tette Hofstra. (pp. 123 - 137). (Germania Latina; No. VI). Peeters.
  17. 2007
  18. Olsen, K. E. E. (2007). Shining Swords and Heavenly Walls: In Search of Wisdom in 'Solomon and Saturn II'. In A. Harder, A. A. MacDonald, & G. J. Reinink (Eds.), Calliope’s Classroom. Studies in Didactic Poetry from Antiquity to the Renaissance (pp. 203 - 219). Peeters.
  19. 2006
  20. 2005
  21. Olsen, K. E. E. (2005). "Him Þæs grim lean becom": Conflict Imagery in 'Genesis A'. In R. Poole, & A. Harbus (Eds.), Verbal Encounters: Anglo-Saxon and Old Norse Studies for Roberta Frank (pp. 127 - 143). University of Toronto Press.
  22. Harbus, A., & Olsen, K. E. E. (2005). Introduction: Transforming Miracles. In T. Hofstra, K. E. Olsen, & A. Harbus (Eds.), Miracles and the Miraculous in Medieval Germanic and Latin Literature. Germania Latina V (pp. 1 - 11). (Mediaevalia Groningana New Series; No. 6). Peeters.
  23. 2004
  24. 2002
  25. 2001
  26. Olsen, K. E. E. (2001). Bragi Boddason's Ragnarsdrápa: A Monstrous Poem. In K. E. Olsen, & L. A. J. R. Houwen (Eds.), Monsters and the Monstrous in Medieval Northwest Europe (pp. 123 - 139). Peeters.
  27. Olsen, K. (2001). Cynewulf's Elene: From Empress to Saint. In KE. Olsen, A. Harbus, & T. Hofstra (Eds.), Germanic texts and Latin models: Medieval reconstructions (pp. 141-156). (GERMANIA LATINA; Vol. 4). Peeters.
  28. Olsen, K. E. E., Harbus, A., & Hofstra, T. (2001). Germanic Texts and Latin Models: Medieval Reconstructions. (IV ed.) Peeters.
  29. Olsen, K. E. E., & Olsen, R. (2001). Introduction: On the Embodiment of Monstrosity in Northwest Medieval Europe. In K. E. Olsen, & L. A. J. R. Houwen (Eds.), Monsters and the Monstrous in Medieval Northwest Europe (pp. 1 - 22). Peeters.
  30. Olsen, K. E. E. (2001). Weallas and winbyrig: Protected spaces in Junius 11. In E. Kooper (Ed.), Current Research in Dutch and Belgian Universities and Polytechnics on Old English, Middle English and Historical Linguistics. Papers read at the twenty-second Research Symposium held in Utrecht on 13 December 2000 (pp. 43 - 56). University of Utrecht.
  31. 1999
  32. 1998
  33. 1997
  34. Olsen, K. E. E. (1997). Animated ships in Old English and Old Norse poetry. In L. A. J. R. Houwen (Ed.), Animals and the symbolic in mediaeval art and literature (pp. 53 - 66). Egbert Forsten.
  35. 1996
  36. Olsen, K. E. E. (1996). Woman-kennings in the Gísla saga Súrssonar. In M. J. Toswell, & E. M. Tyler (Eds.), Studies in English Language and Literature: 'Doubt wisely'. (pp. 267 - 285). Routledge.
  37. 1994

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