Jan Erik Rekdal

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Visiting address Henrik Wergelands hus Niels Henrik Abels vei 36 0313 Oslo
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Publications

  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2021). Språkforskeren Carl Johan Sverdrup Marstrander som keltolog - særlig irskfilolog. In Ostad, Johanne & Kleivane, Elise (Ed.), Språk i arkivet. Historier om hvordan språk reflekterer samfunnet. Nasjonalbiblioteket. ISSN 978-82-7965-465-0. p. 205–223. Full text in Research Archive
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2019). Etymology, Wordplay and Allegorical Reading in some Medieval Irish Texts. In Males, Mikael (Eds.), Etymology and Wordplay in Medieval Literature. Brepols. ISSN 978-2-503-57575-9. p. 169–190. doi: 10.1484/M.DISPUT-EB.5.115601.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2017). The value of the face. Face, fear, flaw and shame in an Irish king’s saga. In Bjørkøy, Aasta Marie Bjorvand & Norheim, Thorstein (Ed.), Literature and Honour. Universitetsforlaget. ISSN 9788215029566. p. 95–102. doi: 10.18261/978-82-15-02955-9-2017-6. Full text in Research Archive
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2016). The medieval king: Christian king and fearless warrior. In Rekdal, Jan Erik & Doherty, Charles (Ed.), Kings and warriors in early north-west Europe. Four Courts Press. ISSN 978 1 84682 501 9. p. 149–179.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2014). Pagan Myth and Christian Doctrine. In Sigurdsson, Jon Vidar & Bolton, Timothy Alexander (Ed.), Celtic-Norse Relationships in the Irish Sea in the Middle Ages 800 - 1200. Brill Academic Publishers. ISSN 9789004255111. p. 109–118. doi: 10.1163/9789004255128_008.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2014). Memorials and cultural memory in Irish tradition. In Rekdal, Jan Erik & Poppe, Erich (Ed.), Medieval Irish Perspectives on Cultural Memory. Nodus Publikationen. ISSN 978-3-89323-621-3. p. 109–134.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2013). Aislinge Meic Con Glinne: Nuair a Theann an Gaire i bhFostu sa Scornach. In O Neill, Malachy & Ui Chollatain, Regina (Ed.), An Greann sa Ghaeilge. Coisceim. ISSN 978-0-9565136-1-8. p. 42–52.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2013). Betha Coluimb Chille: the Life as a shrine. In O Baoill, Donall; O hAodha, Donncha & O Muraile, Nollaig (Ed.), Saltair, Saiochta, Sansaiochta Agus Seanchais - A Festschrift for Gearoid Mac Eoin. Four Courts Press. ISSN 978-1-85182-570-7. p. 407–414.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2013). Ynglingatal and Fianna Batar i nEmain: Two Parallel Poems in Two Parallel Cultures, Between the Islands - and the Continent. Papers on Hiberno-Scandinavian-Continental Relations in the Early Middle Ages. Verlag Fassbaender. ISSN 9783902575463. p. 221 –252.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2012). Macaronic texts in the early Irish tradition. In Mejdell, Gunvor & Edzard, Lutz (Ed.), High vs. Low and Mixed Varieties. Domains, Status, and Function across Time and Languages. Harrassowitz Verlag. ISSN 978-3-447-06696-9. p. 169–178.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2011). From Wine in a Goblet to Milk in Cowdung - The Transformation of Early Christian Kings in Three Post-Viking Tales from Ireland. In Steinsland, Gro; Sigurdsson, Jon Vidar; Rekdal, Jan Erik & Beuermann, Ian Christian Dirk (Ed.), Ideology and Power in the Viking and Middle Ages. Scandinavia, Iceland, Ireland, Orkney and the Faeroes. Brill Academic Publishers. ISSN 978-90-04-20506-2. p. 211–267. doi: 10.1163/ej.9789004205062.i-408.49.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2007). In Search of A Heroic Age - The Norwegian Contribution to Celtic Studies. In Kruse, Arne (Eds.), Images and Imaginations. Lockharton Press. ISSN 1874665028. p. 111–122.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2007). Maghnus Ó Domhnaill's role as poet and its dialogical implications. Studia Celtica Upsaliensia. ISSN 0562-2719. 7(7), p. 111–119.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2004). Sunnivalegenden - irsk rekved mellom norrøne fjæresteiner? In Sigurdsson, Jon Vidar; Myking, Marit & Rindal, Magnus (Ed.), Religionsskiftet i Norden. Brytinger mellom nordisk og europeisk kultur 800-1200. Unipub forlag. ISSN 82-92359-06-0. p. 159–196.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2004). Vikings and saints � Encounters Vestan um Haf. Peritia: Journal of the Medieval Academy of Ireland. ISSN 0332-1592. 17-18, p. 256–275.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2003). Sunnivalegenden - irsk rekved i norrøne fjæresteiner? Norsk Teologisk Tidsskrift. ISSN 0029-2176. 3.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2002). A monstrance for an absent poem: the reciting of Amra Coluim Cille in the sixteenth-century Life of Colum Cille. In Richter, Michael & Picard, Jean-Michel (Ed.), OGMA - Essays in Celtic Studies in honour of Próinséas Ní Chatháin. Four Courts Press, Dublin. ISSN 1-85182-671-8. p. 224–229.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (1998). Parallels between the Norwegian Legend of St Sunniva and Irish Voyage Tales. In Howard, B. Clarke; Ní Mhaonaigh, Máire & Floinn, Raghnall Ó (Ed.), Ireland and Scandinavia in the Early Viking Age. Four Courts Press, Dublin. ISSN 1-85182-235-6. p. 277–287.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (1998). Ioruais a chur ar Cré na Cille. In Cathal, Ó Háinle (Eds.), Criostalú Ð Aistí ar Shaothar Mháirtín Uí Chadhain. Coiscéim, Baile Átha Cliath. p. 105–119.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (1997). Legenden om Sunniva og Seljemenneskene. In Rindal, Magnus & [Mangler etternavn], [Mangler fornavn] (Ed.), Selja - heilag stad i 1000 år. Universitetsforlaget. ISSN 82-00-22513-5. p. 102–122.
  • Skattum, Ingse & Rekdal, Jan Erik (1991). Veilederen Even, Aspects of the Practices of Even. Til Even på 50-årsdagen. Inst. for lingvistikk og filosofi, Universitetet i Oslo, Oslo. p. 91–95.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (1991). 'The Irish Ideal of Pilgrimage as Reflected in the Tradition of Colum Cille (Columba). In Härdelin, Alf (Eds.), In Quest of the Kingdom - Ten Papers on Medieval Monastic Spirituality. Bibliotheca Theologiae Practicae, Almquist & Wiksell, Stockholm. ISSN 91-22-01452-7. p. 9–26.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (1990). 1990: 'Interaction of pagan and Christian traditions in mediaeval Irish narratives'. Collegium Medievale. ISSN 0801-9282. 3, p. 5–18.

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  • Rekdal, Jan Erik & Doherty, Charles (2016). Kings and warriors in early north-west Europe. Four Courts Press. ISBN 978 1 84682 501 9. 480 p.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik & Poppe, Erich (2014). Medieval Irish Perspectives on Cultural Memory. Nodus Publikationen. ISBN 978-3-89323-621-3. 176 p.
  • Steinsland, Gro; Sigurdsson, Jon Vidar; Rekdal, Jan Erik & Beuermann, Ian Christian Dirk (2011). Ideology and Power in the Viking and Middle Ages. Scandinavia, Iceland, Ireland, Orkney and the Faeroes. Brill Academic Publishers. ISBN 978-90-04-20506-2. 405 p.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik & Sveen, Andreas (2000). Masker. Sypress forlag, Oslo. ISBN 82-91224-28-5.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2000). Irland forteller - irske noveller. Bokklubben Dagens Bøker. ISBN 82-525-4928-4.

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  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2021). Irsk: lochlannach.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2020). Språklige spor etter en underdog: irsk påvirkning på engelsk.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2020). Hundehodene fra Irland - Heltekrigere, fredløse og abbed-konger: også de irske sagaene er fulle av hunde- og ulvehodesymbolikk. Klassekampen. ISSN 0805-3839.
  • Nilsen, Tina Dykesteen; Amadou, Christine; Aschim, Anders; Bråtveit, Inger; Fløysvik, Ingvar & Fosse, Jon [Show all 14 contributors for this article] (2018). Apokryfane: Dei deuterokanoniske bøkene i Bibelen. Verbum Forlag. ISSN 978 82 541 0918 2.
  • Nilsen, Tina Dykesteen; Amadou, Christine; Aschim, Anders; Bråtveit, Inger; Fløysvik, Ingvar & Fosse, Jon [Show all 14 contributors for this article] (2018). Apokryfene: Bibelens deuterokanoniske bøker. Verbum Forlag. ISSN 978 82 541 0919 9.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2014). En glo i mørket R.S. Thomas: Ein stad mellom tru og tvil. Dikt i utval gjendikta av Hans Johan Sagrusten (Efrem forlag 2013). Segl. Katolsk Årsskrift for religion og samfunn. ISSN 1893-8728. p. 275–277.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2014). Tilbake til Albion? Klassekampen. ISSN 0805-3839. p. 12–13.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2014). Bommer på vikingenes rolle - Slaget ved Clontarf. Klassekampen. ISSN 0805-3839. p. 12–13.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik & Poppe, Erich (2014). Medieval Irish Persepctives on Cultural Memory. In Rekdal, Jan Erik & Poppe, Erich (Ed.), Medieval Irish Perspectives on Cultural Memory. Nodus Publikationen. ISSN 978-3-89323-621-3. p. 7–11.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2009). Innledende essay, Eskalibur - Sigrid Undset: Fortellinger om kong Artur og ridderne av det runde bord. Aschehoug & Co. ISSN 978-82-525-7335-0. p. VII–XXIV.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2009). Pagan myth and christian doctrine.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2009). Diarmait mac Cerbaill and the ridge pole (‘cléithe’):A memory stick and an axis of transformation.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2009). The poems Fianna bátar i nEmain and Ynglingatál - a comparison -.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2009). 'From wine in a goblet to milk in a cow-dung The transformation of OF early Christian kings in three post-viking tales from Ireland'.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2004). "Bying milk from an old Irish woman: Joyce and the Irish language".
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2004). Maghnus Ó Domhnaill's role as poet and its dialogical implications.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2003). Edmund Spenser�s fear:The difference of Gaelic poetry.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2002). Marstrander, Carl. In Arntzen, Jon Gunnar (Eds.), Norsk biografisk leksikon: Ihlen-Larsson. Kunnskapsforlaget. ISSN 82-57-31007-7.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2002). Magnus Erlendsson. In Arntzen, Jon Gunnar (Eds.), Norsk biografisk leksikon: Ihlen-Larsson. Kunnskapsforlaget. ISSN 82-57-31007-7.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2002). Når språkene dør. Forskning.no. ISSN 1891-635X.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2002). Når språkene dør. Forskning.no. ISSN 1891-635X.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2002). The use of Irish in Colm Tóibín's novel The Blackwater Lightship.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2001). The other causa for Maghnus Ó Domhnaill's rewriting of the Life of Colum Cille.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2001). Vikings and saints: encounters in Orkney, Hebrides and Man.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2000). Fra symbol til bokstav ¿ reformasjonen. Morgenbladet. ISSN 0805-3847.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (2000). Literary and historical creation.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik & Sveen, Andreas (1998). Masker.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (1998). Det åpne svaret. Apollon : Forskningsmagasin for Universitetet i Oslo. ISSN 0803-6926. 6(1), p. 24–27.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (1998). Når jeg ikke likner meg selv. Arabesk. ISSN 0809-0807. p. 26–29.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (1998). Humanioradagene 1998 Ð Mennesket og maskene. Aftenposten (morgenutg. : trykt utg.). ISSN 0804-3116.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (1998). Jan Erik Rekdal, An Ghaeilge agus Cré na Cille. Criostalú - Aistí ar Shaothar Mháirtín Uí Chadhain. p. 100–104.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (1998). St. Sunniva og St Donnán Ð fins det en sammenheng?
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (1998). The Gaelic Legend of St. Donnán and the Norwegian Legend of St. Sunniva Ð is there a Relationship?
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (1998). Irland i moderne irsk litteratur.
  • Rekdal, Jan Erik (1995). 1995: 'From Profile to Face: An analysis of the portrayal of Colum Cille in his sixteenth-century Life by Maghnus Ó Domhnaill - Betha Coluimb Chille'. Universitetet i Oslo.

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