Dr. Stefan Drechsler

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter

Lehrstuhl für Neuere Skandinavische Literaturen

Ernst-Lohmeyer-Platz 3 (Raum E.32)
17489 Greifswald
Tel.: +49 (0)3834 420 3624

stefan.drechsleruni-greifswaldde


Sprechzeit: 
Mittwochs 14-15 Uhr (Raum E.32)

Vita
2006-2012 Magisterstudium der Nordischen Philologie, Philosophie und Kunstgeschichte an der Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel.
2008-2010 Vom DAAD gefördertes Masterstudium "Medieval Icelandic Studies" an der Háskóli Íslands in Reykjavík, Island.
2014-2017 Von der SGSAH geförderte Promotion an der University of Aberdeen, Vereintes Königreich. Thema: "Making Manuscripts at Helgafell in the Fourteenth Century". Betreut wurde die Doktorarbeit von Dr. Hannah Burrows (Skandinavistik) und Prof. Dr. Jane Geddes (Kunstgeschichte).
seit 2018 Arbeit an dem Habilitationsprojekt "Law Manuscripts of Western Scandinavia: European Influences and Domestic Use".
Forschungsschwerpunkte

Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft des mittelalterlichen Nordens

Spätmittelalterliche und frühneuzeitliche Handschriftenkulturen Islands und Norwegens

Material Philology

Digital Humanities (Digitale Editionsphilologie und Social Network Analysis)

Interpiktoralität und Pictorial Turn

Publikationen
Hauptpublikationen
  1. (2017) ‘Illuminated Manuscript Production in Western Iceland in the Thirteenth and Early Fourteenth Centuries’, in Emily Lethbridge and Rósa Þórsteinsdóttir, eds. Gripla XXVIII (Reykjavík: Stofnun Árna Magnússonar á Íslandi), 169–196. Link.
  2. (2016) ‘The Illuminated Þjófabálkr in Fourteenth-Century Icelandic Jónsbók Manuscripts’, in Russel Poole et al., eds. Viking and Medieval Scandinavia 12 (Turnhout: Brepols), 1–40. Link.
  3. (2016) ‘Ikonographie und Text-Bild-Beziehungen der GKS 1005 fol Flateyjarbók’, in Britta Olrik Frederiksen, ed. Opuscula XLVIII (Kopenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Forlag), 215–300. Link.
  4. (2016) ‘Reynistaðakirkja hin forna. The Medieval Chapter Seal of the Benedictine Nunnery at Reynistaður’, in Ian Giles et al., eds. Beyond Borealism. New Perspectives on the North (London: Norvik Press), 24–42.
  5.  (2014) ‘Zur Ikonographie der AM 350 fol. Skarðsbók’, in Espen Karlsen, ed. Collegium Medievale 27 (Oslo: Novus Forlag), 63–113. Link.
Kleinere Publikationen & Buchrezensionen
  1. (2016) Buchrezension: ‘Stefka Georgieva Eriksen: Writing and Reading in Medieval Manuscript Culture. The Translation and Transmission of the Story of Elye in Old French and Old Norse Literary Contexts’, in Alison Finlay, ed. Saga-Book 40 (London: Viking Society for Northern Research), 121–123. Link.
  2. (2016) Buchrezension: ‘M. J. Driscoll and Svanhildur Óskarsdóttir (eds.): 66 Manuscripts from the Arnamagnæan Collection’, in Alison Finlay, ed. Saga-Book 40 (London: Viking Society for Northern Research), 119–121. Link.
  3.  (2015) ‘The Illuminated Manuscripts from Helgafell: An Interdisciplinary Approach’, in Jürg Glauser et al. The Sixteenth International Saga Conference: Sagas and Space, (Zürich: Schweizerische Gesellschaft für Skandinavische Studien), 89–90. Link.
  4.  (2014) ‘Thieves and Workshops: On a Historical Initial in AM 343 fol. Svalbarðsbók’, in Guðvarður Már Gunnlaugsson and Margrét Eggertsdóttir, eds. Saltari stilltur og sleginn Svanhildir Óskarsdóttur fimmtugri 13. mars 2014 (Reykjavík: Menningar- og minningarsjóður Mette Magnussen), 37–39. Link.
  5.  (2014) Buchrezension: ‘Lena Liepe: Studies in Fourteenth Century Icelandic Book Painting’, in Espen Karlsen, ed. Collegium Medievale 27 (Oslo: Novus Forlag), 201–204. Link.
  6.  (2012) ‘Flateyjarbók and Europe? An Investigation of Art-Historical Connections to Contemporary Art from Iceland, Norway, Denmark and Great Britain’s East Anglia’, in Mathias Valentin Nordvig and Lisbeth H. Torfing, eds. Preprint Publication of the 15th International Saga Conference: Sagas and the Use of the Past (Aarhus: Aarhus Universitet), 111–112. Link.

Vorträge
Gastvorträge
  1. 10.07.2018: ‘Mittelalterliche Rechtsikonographie in Skandinavien’, Skandinavisches Seminar, Georg-August-Universität, Göttingen, Deutschland.
  2. 18.07.2017: ‘Holistische Annäherungen an Handschriftenkulturen Skandinaviens am Beispiel der isländischen Helgafell Manuskripte’, Institut für Skandinavistik, Goethe Universität, Frankfurt am Main, Deutschland.
  3. 25.05.2017: ‘A Network of Pictures, Texts and People: Holistic Approaches to Illuminated Old Norse Manuscripts’, Centre for Scandinavian Studies Seminar Series, University of Aberdeen, Großbritannien.
  4. 14.12.2016: ‘The Death of a Warrior Saint: Depictions of the martyrdom of Óláfr helgi in Norway in Medieval Scandinavian Art’, Middelalderseminaret, Institutt for historiske studier, NTNU Trondheim, Norwegen.
  5. 08.12.2016: ‘Bergen and Iceland: The Production of Codex Hardenbergianus (GKS 1154 fol) and the West Icelandic Helgafell Workshop’, Forskargruppe i mellomalderfilologi, Universitetet i Bergen, Norwegen.
  6. 29.11.2016: ‘East Anglia and West Iceland: Stylistic influences on the book painting of Flateyjarbók (GKS 1005 fol) from early fourteenth-century East Anglian Manuscripts’, Collegium Medievale Seminar Series, Universitetet i Oslo, Norwegen.
  7. 13.05.2014: ‘Illuminierte Manuskripte des mittelalterlichen Nordens: Ein interdisziplinäres Forschungsfeld der Kunstgeschichte und Altnordischen Philologie’, ‘Interdisziplinärer Dialog - Aktuelle “turns” und “terms” in den Geschichts- und Kulturwissenschaften’-Vortragsreihe, Christian- Albrechts-Universität, Kiel, Deutschland.
  8. 16.05.2013: ‘The Illuminations of AM 133 fol. Kálfalækjabók’, Strengleikar Seminar Series, Stofnun Árna Magnússonar í íslenskum fræðum, Reykjavík, Island.
  9. 16.02.2012: ‘Flateyjarbók and Europe? An Investigation of Art-Historical Connections to Contemporary Art from Iceland, Norway, Denmark and Great Britain’s East Anglia’, Strengleikar Seminar series, Stofnun Árna Magnússonar í íslenskum fræðum, Reykjavík, Island.
Konferenzvorträge
  1. 17.08.2018: ‘The Þingfararbálkr in Illuminated Icelandic Jónsbók Manuscripts’, 17. International Saga Conference, Háskóli Íslands, Island
  2. 29.01.2016: ‘Forníslenskir Trékirkjur: The Medieval Chapter Seals of Reynistaður, Þingeyrar and Munkaþverá’, 2016 Graduate Student Conference, Centre for Renaissance Studies, Newberry Library, Chicago, USA
  3. 14.08.2015: ‘The Illuminated Manuscripts from Helgafell: An Interdisciplinary Approach’, Session ‘Textuality and Manuscript Transmission’, 16. International Saga Conference, Universität Zürich, Schweiz
  4. 07.07.2015: ‘The Throne of Solomon in Medieval Icelandic Book Painting’, Session ‘Interdisciplinary Approaches to Medieval Scandinavia’, International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds, Großbritannien.
  5. 14.05.2015: ‘The Throne of Grace and the Added Figure: f. 2r in AM 350 fol. Skarðsbók’, nordik 2015 Conference, nordisk komité for kunsthistorie, Reykjavík, Island.
  6. 19.02.2015: ‘Thieves and gallows: The Þjófabálkr-Chapter in Illuminated 14th Century Icelandic Jónsbók Copies’, Nordic Research Network Conference 2015, Scandinavian Studies, University of Edinburgh, Großbritannien.
  7. 22.01.2015: ‘Dogs, Holy Men and Related Texts. The Old Norse Bible Translation Manuscript AM 226 fol Stjórn’, 2015 Graduate Student Conference, Center for Renaissance Studies, Newberry Library, Chicago, USA.
  8. 22.11.2013: ‘klaustrit at helga felli aa bok þessa - The Illuminated Manuscripts from Helgafell: An Interdisciplinary Approach’, ‘Knowledge of the North: Traditions, Transformations and Practices of Medieval Scandinavian Learning’-Workshop, Universitet i Bergen, Norwegen.
  9. 27.09.2013: ‘Zur Ikonographie der AM 350 fol. Skarðsbók und weiteren Manuskripten aus Helgafell, 21. Arbeitstagung der Skandinavistik, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität, Freiburg, Deutschland.
  10. 09.08.2012: ‘Flateyjarbók and Europe? An Investigation of Art-Historical Connections to Contemporary Art from Iceland, Norway, Denmark and Great Britain’s East Anglia’, 15. International Saga Conference, Aarhus Universitet, Dänemark.
  11. 23.03.2012: ‘Magnús Þórhallsson as Illuminator: Selected Assigned Works in the Context of Contemporary Art from East Anglia and Norway’, Interdisciplinary Student Symposium on Viking and Medieval Scandinavian Subjects, Aarhus Universitet, Dänemark.