Katarzyna Anna Kapitan

Katarzyna Anna Kapitan
University of Oxford | OX · Linacre College

Doctor of Philosophy

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The study of ancient cultures is hindered by the incomplete survival of material artifacts, so we commonly underestimate the diversity of cultural production in historic societies. To correct this survivorship bias, we applied unseen species models from ecology to gauge the loss of narratives from medieval Europe, such as the romances about King Ar...
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The present study examines the transmission history of the story of Hrómundur Gr(e)ipsson in Icelandic. Its focus lies in the investigation of textual relationships between four works dealing with the story of Hrómundur: two in metric from, Griplur and Hrómundar rímur Greipssonar (RHG), and two in prose, the seventeenth-century saga (17HsG) and the...
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“Working with Manuscripts in the Digital Age.” In ICMA News (Summer 2021): 22-25. Open access: https://www.medievalart.org/news
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Taking its point of departure in the network analysis of manuscript contexts of Old Norse texts, based on data collected from digital catalogs of Nordic manuscripts, this article examines the possibilities and challenges of the digital manuscript studies. Through a close examination a single Old Norse text and its genre affiliation in the extant ma...
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This is a selection of posters and presentations as well as introductions to the Network of Early Career Researchers in Old Norse and the meetings in Copenhagen in 2017 and Bergen in 2019.
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This article discusses the scholarly reception of saga literature in eighteenth-century Scandinavia taking as its point of departure the paratextual features of manuscript AM 395 fol., held in the Árni Magnússon Institute, Reykjavík. It focuses on the additions made by subsequent owners of this manuscript, especially the table of contents which cla...

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