With background in history, archaeology, and Icelandic studies, I specialise in Old Norse-Icelandic literature and culture and hold a PhD degree in Nordic Studies from the University of Copenhagen. My research spans various aspects of Nordic culture (mediaeval and early modern), including manuscript studies, digital scholarly editing, textual criticism, transmission and reception history, and history of historiography.
Previously, I held a position of H.M. Queen Margrethe II Distinguished Research Fellow at the Museum of National History, Frederiksborg Castle, the National Museum of Iceland, and the University of Iceland. My research project was dealing with reception of Old Norse literature in Denmark and Iceland.
Manuscript Studies and Material Philology
Old Norse-Icelandic Language and Literature
Textual Scholarship and Transmission History