Jacob Thaisen

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Visiting address Niels Treschows hus Niels Henrik Abels vei 36
Postal address Postboks 1003 Blindern 0315 OSLO
Other affiliations Britisk-amerikansk

Academic interests

History of the English language, Manuscript studies, Dialectology, Sociolinguistics, Written language

Courses taught

Background

PhD in Mediaeval English, De Montfort University, Leicester

Master's in English and Humanities Computing, University of Copenhagen

 

Associate Professor, University of Stavanger, 2010-16

Lecturer, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, 2005-10

Awards

  • Residential Fellowship, Netherlands Institute of Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Residential Fellowship, Medieval Institute, University of Notre Dame

Appointments

  • Coordinator of the doctoral programme in Literacy Studies, University of Stavanger, 2011-14

Partners

Tags: English, Diachronic linguistics, Manuscript Culture, Writing, Sociolinguistics, Dialectology, Diachronic linguistics

Publications

  • Thaisen, Jacob (2014). Initial Position in the Middle English Verse Line. English Studies: A Journal of English Language.  ISSN 0013-838X.  95(5), s 500- 513 . doi: 10.1080/0013838X.2014.924275
  • Thaisen, Jacob (2013). Gamelyn's Place among the Early Exemplars for Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. Neophilologus.  ISSN 0028-2677.  97(2), s 395- 415 . doi: 10.1007/s11061-012-9315-3
  • Thaisen, Jacob (2012). A Probabilistic Analysis of a Middle English Text, In Brent Nelson & Melissa Terras (ed.),  Digitizing Medieval and Early Modern Material Culture.  Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies.  ISBN 978-0-86698-474-4.  kapittel.  s 171 - 200
  • Thaisen, Jacob (2012). Gamelyn’s Place among the Early Exemplars for Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales. Neophilologus.  ISSN 0028-2677. . doi: 10.1007/s11061-012-9315-3
  • Thaisen, Jacob Stig Rønnow (2011). Adam Pinkhurst's short and long forms, In Jacob Stig Rønnow Thaisen & Hanna Rutkowska (ed.),  Scribes, printers, and the accidentals of their texts.  Peter Lang Publishing Group.  ISBN 978-3-631-60712-1.  s 73 - 90
  • Thaisen, Jacob Stig Rønnow & Rutkowska, Hanna (2011). Introduction, In Jacob Stig Rønnow Thaisen & Hanna Rutkowska (ed.),  Scribes, printers, and the accidentals of their texts.  Peter Lang Publishing Group.  ISBN 978-3-631-60712-1.  Introduction.  s 9 - 13

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  • Thaisen, Jacob Stig Rønnow & Rutkowska, Hanna (ed.) (2011). Scribes, printers, and the accidentals of their texts. Peter Lang Publishing Group.  ISBN 978-3-631-60712-1.  209 s.

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  • Thaisen, Jacob (2016). Northern Middle English Palaeography.
  • Thaisen, Jacob (2016). Palaeographical Innovation and the Late Middle English Dialect Map.
  • Thaisen, Jacob (2016). Quantitative Modelling of Middle English Palaeography.
  • Thaisen, Jacob (2013). Obituary: Norman Francis Blake (1934-2012). English Studies: A Journal of English Language.  ISSN 0013-838X.  94(1), s 120- 122 . doi: 10.1080/0013838X.2012.732770
  • Thaisen, Jacob (2012). Are letter shapes universal, regional, local, or idiosyncratic?.
  • Thaisen, Jacob (2012). How Middle English Scribes Avoided Eyeskip When They Copied Texts.
  • Thaisen, Jacob (2012). Initial Position in the Middle English Verse Line.
  • Thaisen, Jacob (2012). N-gram modelling of Middle English spelling.
  • Thaisen, Jacob (2012). Standardising Usages and the Auchinleck Manuscript.
  • Thaisen, Jacob Stig Rønnow (2012). The Tale of Gamelyn of the Canterbury Tales. Studia Anglica Posnaniensia.  ISSN 0081-6272.  47(1), s 73- 80 . doi: 10.2478/v10121-010-0021-6
  • Thaisen, Jacob Stig Rønnow (2011). Modelling Middle English.
  • Thaisen, Jacob Stig Rønnow (2011). Modelling Middle English.
  • Thaisen, Jacob Stig Rønnow (2011). Probabilistic Modelling of Middle English: The Auchinleck manuscript.
  • Thaisen, Jacob Stig Rønnow (2011). Scripts, Maps, and Manuscripts.

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