Ildar Garipzanov

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Academic Interests

late antique and early medieval history in general (c. 300–1000), and more specifically, Carolingian history, the history of the Viking Age, and late antique and early medieval cultural history

Teaching

Currently on research leave

Supervision of BA students (HIS3090) and MA students (HIS4090&HIS4095) in late antique, early medieval and Viking Age history. 

Higher education and employment history

MA, History, Kazan State University, 1988. Kandidate of Historical Sciences, Classical History, Kazan State University, 1991. MA, Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest, 1998. PhD, Medieval History, Fordham University, New York, 2004.

Senior Lecturer, Dept. of Ancient and Medieval History, Kazan State University, 1994–99 (tenured, resigned). Teaching Associate, History Department, Fordham University, 2003–2004. Postdoctoral Fellow (2004–2007) and Senior Researcher (2007–2012) at the Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Bergen.

From 2013, Professor of Early Medieval History at the Dept. of Archaeology, Conservation and History, University of Oslo.

Cooperation

Member of the editorial board for the book series Medieval Identities: Socio-Cultural Spaces at Brepols.

Select Fellowships, Memberships and Awards

  • Dr. Günther Findel-Stiftung Fellowship, Herzog August Bibliothek, Wolfenbüttel (2002–2003),
  • Yngre fremragende forskere Fellowship, NFR (2007–2012),
  • Oliver Smithies Visiting Lectureship, Balliol College, Oxford (2012),
  • FriHum-ERC Fellowship, NFR (2012–2017)​,
  • Clare Hall Visiting Fellowship, Cambridge (2015–16),
  • Life member of Clare Hall College, Cambridge (2016–),
  • Visiting Membership at the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton (fall 2016),
  • ERC Advanced Grant 2020 (2022–2026),
  • FRIPRO grant 2021, NFR (2021–2027).

 

 

Tags: Early Medieval History, Medieval Studies, Viking Age History, Cultural History, Medieval Culture, Political Culture, Numismatics

Publications

'Magical charaktêres in the Carolingian World: A Ninth-Century Charm in MS Vat. lat. 5359 and Its Broader Cultural Context', Speculum 96 (2021), 287–308.

'Late Antique and Early Medieval Monograms: From Producers’ Marks to Liminal Graphic Devices', in The Hidden Language of Graphic Signs: Cryptic Writing and Meaningful Marks, ed. John Bodel and Stephen Houston (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2021), 199–213.

Graphic Signs of Authority in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages, 300–900 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018), 416 pp., 150 b/w figures.

Graphic Devices and the Early Decorated Book, ed. Michelle Brown, Ildar Garipzanov, and Benjamin Tilghman (Martlesham, Suffolk: Boydell & Brewer, 2017).  316 pp., 76 colour & 7 b/w ill.

Graphic Signs of Identity, Faith, and Power in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages, ed. Ildar Garipzanov. Henry Maguire, and Caroline Goodson (Turnhout: Brepols, 2017), XVIII+394pp, 141 b/w ill.

'The Rise of Graphicacy in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages', Viator 46,2 (2015), 1–21.

Conversion and Identity in the Viking Age, ed. Ildar Garipzanov (Turnhout: Brepols, 2014),  256 pp.

'Wandering Clerics and Mixed Rituals in the Early Medieval North (c. 1000–c. 1150)', The Journal of Ecclesiastical History 63,1 (2012), 1–17.

Historical Narratives and Christian Identity on a European Periphery: Early History Writing in Northern, East-Central, and Eastern Europe (c. 1070–1200), ed. Ildar Garipzanov (Turnhout: Brepols, 2011),  294 pp.

Early Christianity on the Way from the Varangians to the Greeks, ed. Ildar Garipzanov & Oleksiy Tolochko (Kiev: Institute of Ukrainian History, 2011), 148 pp.

'The Cult of St Nicholas in the Early Christian North (c. 1000-1150)', Scandinavian Journal of History  35,3 (2010), 229–46.

Saints and their Lives on the Periphery Veneration of Saints in Scandinavia and Eastern Europe (c.1000-1200), ed. Haki Antonsson & Ildar Garipzanov (Turnhout: Brepols, 2010), 319 pp.

The Symbolic Language of Authority in the Carolingian World (c.751-877) (Brill Academic Publishers, 2008), 392 pp.

Franks, Northmen, and Slavs: identities and State Formation in Early Medieval Europe, ed. Ildar Garipzanov, Patrick Geary, & Przemyslaw Urbanczyk (Turnhout: Brepols, 2008), 266 pp.

Karolingskoje monetnoje delo i rimskaja imperskaja tradicija (Carolingian coinage and Roman imperial tradition) (Kazan: Kazan State University, 2000), 165 pp.

'The Image of Authority in Carolingian Coinage: The Image of a Ruler and Roman Imperial Tradition', Early Medieval Europe 8,2 (1999), 197–218.

  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2021). Late Antique and Early Medieval Monograms: From Producers' Marks to Liminal Graphic Devices. In John, Bodel & Stephen, Houston (Ed.), The Hidden Language of Graphic Signs: Cryptic Writing and Meaningful Marks. Cambridge University Press. ISSN 9781108840613. p. 199–213.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2021). Magical Charaktêres in the Carolingian World: A Ninth-Century Charm in MS Vat. lat. 5359 and Its Broader Cultural Context. Speculum. ISSN 0038-7134. 996(2), p. 287–308. doi: 10.1086/713057. Full text in Research Archive
  • Garipzanov, Ildar; Brown, Michelle & Tilghman, Benjamin (2017). The Role of Graphic Devices in Understanding the Early Decorated Book. In Garipzanov, Ildar; Brown, Michelle & Tilghman, Benjamin (Ed.), Graphic Devices and the Early Decorated Book. Boydell & Brewer. ISSN 9781783272266. p. 1–11.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2017). ‘In the Image and Likeness of God’: e Dedication Monogram in the Calendar of 354 and Early Medieval Monogrammatic Initials. In Garipzanov, Ildar; Brown, Michelle & Tilghman, Benjamin (Ed.), Graphic Devices and the Early Decorated Book. Boydell & Brewer. ISSN 9781783272266. p. 15–30.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2017). Monograms as Graphic Signs of Authority on Early Medieval Coins (from the Mid-Fifth to the Seventh Century). In Garipzanov, Ildar; Goodson, Caroline & Maguire, Henry (Ed.), Graphic Signs of Identity, Faith, and Power in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages. Brepols. ISSN 978-2-503-56724-2. p. 325–349.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2017). Introduction: Late Antique and Early Medieval Graphic Signs of Authority. In Garipzanov, Ildar; Goodson, Caroline & Maguire, Henry (Ed.), Graphic Signs of Identity, Faith, and Power in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages. Brepols. ISSN 978-2-503-56724-2. p. 1–22. doi: 10.1093/oso/9780198815013.001.0001.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2016). Regensburg, Wandalgarius and the novi denarii: Charlemagne's monetary reform revisited. Early Medieval Europe. ISSN 0963-9462. 24(1), p. 58–73. doi: 10.1111/emed.12133. Full text in Research Archive
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2015). The Rise of Graphicacy in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages. Viator: Medieval and Renaissance Studies. ISSN 0083-5897. 46(2), p. 1–22. doi: 10.1484/j.viator.5.105359. Full text in Research Archive
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2014). Introduction : networks of conversion, cultural osmosis, and identities in the Viking Age. In Garipzanov, Ildar (Eds.), Conversion and Identity in the Viking Age. Brepols. ISSN 978-2-503-54924-8. p. 1–19. doi: 10.1484/m.miscs-eb.1.102030.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2014). Christian Identities, Social Status, and Gender in Viking-Age Scandinavia. In Garipzanov, Ildar (Eds.), Conversion and Identity in the Viking Age. Brepols. ISSN 978-2-503-54924-8. p. 139–165. doi: 10.1484/m.miscs-eb.1.102036.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2013). The Journey of St Clement's Cult from the Black Sea to the Baltic Region. In Bjerg, Line; Lind, John & Sindbæk, Søren Michael (Ed.), From Goths to Varangians: Communication and Cultural Exchange between the Baltic and the Black Sea. Aarhus Universitetsforlag. ISSN 978-87-7934-537-9. p. 369–380.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2013). Skandinavia og den østlige kristenhet. In Ersland, Geir Atle & Brekke, Øystein Hellesøe (Ed.), Fragment frå fortida. Dreyer Forlag A/S. ISSN 978-82-8265-058-8. p. 10–23.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2012). Wandering Clerics and Mixed Rituals in the Early Medieval North (c. 1000–c. 1150). The Journal of Ecclesiastical History. ISSN 0022-0469. 63(1), p. 1–17. doi: 10.1017/S0022046911002545.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar & Tolochko, Oleksiy (2011). Introduction: Early Christianity on the Way from the Varangians to the Greeks. In Garipzanov, Ildar & Tolochko, Oleksiy (Ed.), Early Christianity on the Way from the Varangians to the Greeks. Institute of Ukrainian History. ISSN 978-966-02-6266-9. p. 9–16.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2011). Early Christian Scandinavia and the Problem of Eastern Influences. In Garipzanov, Ildar & Tolochko, Oleksiy (Ed.), Early Christianity on the Way from the Varangians to the Greeks. Institute of Ukrainian History. ISSN 978-966-02-6266-9. p. 17–32. doi: 10.1484/m.cursor-eb.3.4586.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2011). History Writing and Christian Identity on a European Periphery. In Garipzanov, Ildar (Eds.), Historical Narratives and Christian Identity on a European Periphery: Early History Writing in Northern, East-Central, and Eastern Europe (c. 1070–1200). Brepols. ISSN 9782503533674. p. 1–11. doi: 10.1484/m.tcne-eb.3.5014.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2011). Christianity and Paganism in Adam of Bremen's Narrative. In Garipzanov, Ildar (Eds.), Historical Narratives and Christian Identity on a European Periphery: Early History Writing in Northern, East-Central, and Eastern Europe (c. 1070–1200). Brepols. ISSN 9782503533674. p. 13–29.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2011). RELIGIOUS SYMBOLS ON EARLY CHRISTIAN SCANDINAVIAN COINS (CA. 995-1050): FROM IMITATION TO ADAPTATION. Viator: Medieval and Renaissance Studies. ISSN 0083-5897. 42(1), p. 35–53. doi: 10.1484/J.VIATOR.1.102003.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar & Antonsson, Haki Thor (2010). Introduction: The Veneration of Saints in Early Christian Scandinavia and Eastern Europe. In Garipzanov, Ildar & Antonsson, Haki Thor (Ed.), Saints and their Lives on the Periphery Veneration of Saints in Scandinavia and Eastern Europe (c.1000-1200). Brepols. ISSN 978-2-503-53033-8. p. 1–14.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2010). Novgorod and the Veneration of Saints in Eleventh-Century Rus’: A Comparative View. In Garipzanov, Ildar & Antonsson, Haki Thor (Ed.), Saints and their Lives on the Periphery Veneration of Saints in Scandinavia and Eastern Europe (c.1000-1200). Brepols. ISSN 978-2-503-53033-8. p. 115–145.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2010). Annales Guelferbytani: Changing perspectives of a local narrative. In Corradini, Richard; Diesenberger, Max & Niederkorn-Bruck, Meta (Ed.), Zwischen Niederschrift und Widerschrift : Frühmittelalterliche Hagiographie und Historiographie im Spannungsfeld von Kompendienüberlieferung und Editionstechnik. Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften. ISSN 978-3-7001-3927-0. p. 123–137.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2010). The Cult of St Nicholas in the Early Christian North (c. 1000-1150). Scandinavian Journal of History. ISSN 0346-8755. 35(3), p. 229–246. doi: 10.1080/03468755.2010.481990.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2009). Interdisciplinarity, Internationalization, and Christian Identity in Modern Medieval Studies. Annual of medieval studies at the CEU. ISSN 1219-0616. 15, p. 297–303.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2009). Coins as symbols of early medieval "Staatlichkeit". In Pohl, Walter & Wieser, Veronika (Ed.), Der frühmittelalterliche Staat - europäische Perspektiven. Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften. ISSN 978-3-7001-6604-7. p. 411–422.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2008). Frontier Identities: Carolingian Frontier and the gens Danorum. In Garipzanov, Ildar; Geary, Patrick & Urbanczyk, Przemyslaw (Ed.), Franks, Northmen, and Slavs: identities and State Formation in Early Medieval Europe. Brepols. ISSN 978-2-503-52615-7. p. 113–142.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar; Geary, Patrick & Urbanczyk, Przemyslaw (2008). Gentes, gentile Identity and State Formation in Early Medieval Europe. In Garipzanov, Ildar; Geary, Patrick & Urbanczyk, Przemyslaw (Ed.), Franks, Northmen, and Slavs: identities and State Formation in Early Medieval Europe. Brepols. ISSN 978-2-503-52615-7. p. 1–14.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2008). Carolingian Coins in Early Viking Age Scandinavia (ca.754-ca.900): Chronological Distribution and Regional Patterns. Nordisk Numismatisk Årsskrift - Scandinavian Numismatic Journal. ISSN 0078-107X. 2003-2005, p. 65–92.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar H. (2006). Metamorphoses of the early medieval signum of a ruler in the Carolingian world. Early Medieval Europe. ISSN 0963-9462. 14(4), p. 419–464.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar H. (2005). Communication of Authority in Carolingian Titles. Viator: Medieval and Renaissance Studies. ISSN 0083-5897. 36, p. 41–82.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar H. (2005). The Carolingian Abbreviation of Bede's World Chronicle and Carolingian Imperial "Genealogy". Hortus Artium Medievalium. Journal of the International Research Center for Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages. ISSN 1330-7274. 11, p. 291–298.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar H. (2005). Recepcija antichnogo nasledija v karolingskuju epohu: imperskij kod vlasti i problema "Karolingskogo vozrazhdenija" (I). Srednije Veka. 66, p. 3–22.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar H. (2005). Carolingian Coins in Ninth-Century Scandinavia: A Norwegian Perspective. Viking and Medieval Scandinavia. ISSN 1782-7183. 1, p. 43–71.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar H. (2004). David, imperator Augusrus, gratia Dei rex: Communication and Propaganda in Carolingian Royal Iconography. In Al-Azmeh, Aziz & Bak, Janos (Ed.), Monotheistic Kingship: The Medieval Variants. Central European University Press. ISSN 963-7326-05-7. p. 89–117.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2003). Fastigium as an Element of the Carolingian Image of Authority: The Transformation of the Roman Imperial Symbol in the Early Middle Ages. Majestas. ISSN 0945-1439. 10, p. 5–26.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2001). Searching for 'National' Identity in the Middle Ages (The Response of a Europeanist). Ab Imperio: Theory and History of Nationalities and Nationalism in the post-Soviet Realm. ISSN 2166-4072. 3, p. 143–146.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (1999). The Image of Authority in Carolingian Coinage: The Image of a Ruler and Roman Imperial Tradition. Early Medieval Europe. ISSN 0963-9462. 8(2), p. 197–218.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (1998). O kharaktere mental´nosti rimskogo obshchestva perioda ranney Respubliki (On the nature of mentality of Roman society in the Early Republic). Uchenyje zapiski Kazanskogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta. 134, p. 181–186.

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  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2018). Graphic Signs of Authority in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages, 300-900. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780198815013. 416 p.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar; Brown, Michelle & Tilghman, Benjamin (2017). Graphic Devices and the Early Decorated Book. Boydell & Brewer. ISBN 9781783272266. 304 p.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar; Goodson, Caroline & Maguire, Henry (2017). Graphic Signs of Identity, Faith, and Power in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages. Brepols. ISBN 978-2-503-56724-2. 394 p.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2014). Conversion and Identity in the Viking Age. Brepols. ISBN 978-2-503-54924-8. 256 p.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar & Tolochko, Oleksiy (2011). Early Christianity on the Way from the Varangians to the Greeks. Institute of Ukrainian History. ISBN 978-966-02-6266-9. 148 p.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar & Antonsson, Haki Thor (2010). Saints and their Lives on the Periphery Veneration of Saints in Scandinavia and Eastern Europe (c.1000-1200). Brepols. ISBN 978-2-503-53033-8. 319 p.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar; Geary, Patrick & Urbanczyk, Przemyslaw (2008). Franks, Northmen, and Slavs: identities and State Formation in Early Medieval Europe. Brepols. ISBN 978-2-503-52615-7. 266 p.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2008). The Symbolic Language of Authority in the Carolingian World (c.751-877). Brill Academic Publishers. ISBN 978-90-04-16669-1. 392 p.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2000). Karolingskoje monetnoje delo i rimskaja imperskaja tradicija (Carolingian coinage and Roman imperial tradition). Kazan State University. 165 p.

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  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2021). Graphic ciphers and the early medieval practices of collectio and concealment .
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2020). Nota adamantina: Occult caracteres in Carolingian Europe.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2018). Visual Symbols of Authority in Context: Christian Graphic Signs in Late Antiquity.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2018). Waterways and Royal Power in the Age of Charlemagne.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2017). Hagiography beyond Text: St Michael and his Signs in the Early Middle Ages.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2016). Graphic Signs of Authority in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages: A Cultural History.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2016). Early Medieval Monograms (c. 300–900): From Producers’ Marks to Liminal Graphic Devices.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2016). Visual Acclamation as a Graphic Device: Late Antique and Early Medieval Monograms as Keys to the Transcendent World .
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2016). St Polyeuktos, Sts Sergius and Bacchus, and Hagia Sophia: Public Monuments and Monogrammatic Display of Authority in the Post-Roman World.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2015). Christograms as Signs of Authority in the Late Roman Empire.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2015). Late Antique Monograms and Early Medieval Decorated Manuscripts.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2014). Graphic Signs of Authority on Early Medieval Coins (5th-7th Centuries).
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2014). Peripheral Polities North of the Carolingian Realm: the regnum Danorum.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2013). Ritual-centred Visuality, the Dogmatic Mode of Religiosity and early Medieval Visualization.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2013). Between Text and Image: The Rise of Early Graphicacy.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2012). Graphicacy and Authority in Early Europe.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2012). Review of Peaceful Kings: Peace, Power, and the Early Medieval Political Imagination, by Paul J. E. Kershaw. (Oxford: Oxford U.P., 2011; pp. xviii + 313.). English Historical Review. ISSN 0013-8266. 127(526), p. 676–678. doi: 10.1093/ehr/ces092.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2012). The Rise of Graphicacy and Graphic Symbols of Authority in Early Medieval Europe (c.300–1000).
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2012). Christian Identity, Social Status, and Gender in Viking-Age Scandinavia.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2012). Conversion, Cultural Osmosis, and Social Status in Viking-Age Scandinavia.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2012). Review of Die liturgische Gegenwart des abwesenden Königs: Gebetsverbrüderung und Herrscherbild im frühen Mittelalter, by Wolfgang Eric Wagner. Early Medieval Europe. ISSN 0963-9462. 20(1), p. 228–230.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2011). Coins as Christian Symbols in Viking Age Scandinavia.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2011). Scandinavia and Eastern Christianity.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2010). The Concept of the Two Swords and Carolingian Sociopolitical Culture.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2010). Early Christian Contacts and Influences between Scandinavia and Rus’: Some Suggestions.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2010). Images, Iconoclasm, and the Carolingians. American Historical Review. ISSN 0002-8762. 115(2), p. 595–596.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2010). Graphicacy and Authority in Early Medieval Europe: Graphic Signs of Power and Faith.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2010). Christian Symbols on Eleventh-century Scandinavian Coins: Imitation and Adaptation.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2009). Wandering Clerics and Mixed Rituals: Early Christian Scandinavia and Rus’.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2009). The Sword as a Symbol of Power in the Carolingian Age.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2008). The cult of St Nicholas across the Early Christian North (c.1000-1150).
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2008). Christianity and Paganism in Adam of Bremen's Narrative.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2008). Divitia versus Avaritia:The Contradictory Nature of the Carolingian Monastery.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2008). The Journey of St Clement's Cult from the Black Sea to the Baltic Region.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2008). Veneration of Saints in Northern Russia in the Eleventh Century.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2007). Nytt syn på de første kristne. [Internet]. UiB.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2007). Coins as Symbols of Early Medieval Staatlichkeit.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2007). Coins as Signs of Identity in the Carolingian World and Beyond.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2007). Ships, Collective Identities, and State Formation in Scandinavia.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar H. (2006). The Annals of St. Bertin (839) and Chacanus of the Rhos. Ruthenica. ISSN 0136-0027. 5, p. 7–11.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2006). Recepcija antichnogo nasledija v karolingskuju epohu: imperskij kod vlasti i problema ‘Karolingskogo vozrozhdenija’ II. Srednije Veka. 67, p. 3–21.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar H. (2006). State Formation in Scandinavia: An Invitation to Dialogue.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar H. (2006). Indirect Communication of Authority in the Carolingian World.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar H. (2006). Carolingian renovatio imperii Christiani and Scandinavia.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar H. (2006). Annales Quelferbytani: A Transforming Image of Carolingian Politics in the Reign of Charlemagne.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar H. (2005). Karl den Stores kejsermønter i Norge og Sverige - Forslag til nydatering. Nordisk Numismatisk Unions medlemsblad. ISSN 0025-8539. p. 140–143.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar H. (2005). The Carolingian Abbreviation of Bede’s World Chronicle and Carolingian Imperial “Genealogy”.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar H. (2005). Frontier Identities: Carolingian Frontier and gens Danorum:.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2003). Charlemagne's Monogram Reconsidered: Origins and Implications.
  • Hraundal, Thorir & Garipzanov, Ildar (2013). The Rus in Arabic Sources: Cultural Contacts and Identity. University of Bergen. ISSN 978-82-308-2333-0.
  • Garipzanov, Ildar (2004). Rex Francorum - imperator Augustus - gratia Dei rex: The 'Language' of Authority in the Carolingian World (751-877). Fordham University.

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