Doktorand (in english below)
E-post: gwendolyne.knight@historia.su.se
Rum: D854
Tel: +46 (0)8 16 2967

MA Arkeologi 2011, University of Aberdeen
MA Medeltidsstudier 2013, Stockholms universitet
MSc Biblioteks- och Informationsstudier 2014, Robert Gordon University

Forskningsområden

  • Tidigmedeltid i Nordeuropa
  • Tidigmedeltidens arkeologi
  • Tvärvetenskaplig forskning (särskilt mellan historia, arkeologi, antropologi, och litteraturvetenskap)
  • Medeltidsantropologi
  • Det medeltida övernaturliga

Pågående forskning

Forskningsprojekt ‘Broken Order: Shapeshifting as Social Imagery in the Medieval North’.

Valda Publikationer/Presentationer

Se nedan.


Gwendolyne Knight

Ph.D. Candidate

E-mail: gwendolyne.knight@historia.su.se
Room: D854
Phone: +46 (0)8 16 2967

MA (Hons) Archaeology 2011, University of Aberdeen
MA Medieval Studies 2013, Stockholm University
MSc Library and Information Studies (with Merit) 2014, Robert Gordon University

Research Areas

  • Early Middle Ages in Northern Europe
  • Early Medieval Archaeology
  • Interdisciplinary Research (particularly between history, archaeology, anthropology, and literature studies)
  • Medieval Anthropology
  • The Medieval Supernatural

Ongoing research

Research project ‘Broken Order: Shapeshifting as Social Imagery in the Medieval North’.

Selected Publications/Presentations

Knight, G. “Sinning in Sleep: The Responsibility of the Anglo-Saxon Dreamer for Sinful Dreams”, Hate the Sin, Love the Sinner: Transgressions and Social Order in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Period. (Stockholm: Stockholm University and Royal Swedish Academy of Letters, History and Antiquities, June 2014.

Knight, G. "Dreaming the Conversion: Anglo-Saxon Dream Narratives in the 8th-9th Centuries", Society for Medieval Archaeology Postgraduate Colloquium. (Aberdeen: University of Aberdeen, November 2013).

Knight, G. "Anglo-Saxon Dreaming: Dreams and Attitudes towards Dreaming in Anglo-Latin and Old English Texts [Master’s Thesis Projects]". The Retrospective Methods Network Newsletter. 7 (2013): 117-118.