Conference venues of JGGJ

Map and list of places outside Denmark where I have participated as presenter at conferences.

Click on the needle-pin for information on where and when. Click inside the frame for a larger map of Europe.

 

 

 

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Barcelona, Spain

   The 24th International Congress of Onomastic Sciences (ICOS), Universitat de Barcelona, 05.-09.09.2011.

 

 

Berlin, Germany

   The 22nd conference of PECSRL on the theme ‘European Rural Future: Landscape as an Interface’, Freie Universität Berlin, 04.-09.09.2006.

 

 

Borgarnes, Iceland

   The 14th congress of NORNA on the theme ‘Nordiska namn - namn i Norden. Tradition och förnyelse’, Hótel Borgarnes, 11.-14.08.2007.

 

 

Budapest, Hungary

   The conference ‘A Forgotten Region? East Central Europe in the »Global Middle Ages«’, Central European University, 27.-29.03.2014.

 

 

Dublin, Ireland

   Friday seminar of the Mícheál Ó Cléirigh Institute, University College Dublin, 16.11.2012.

 

 

Dunedin, New Zealand

   The 8th Biennial International Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Association for Medieval and Early Modern Studies (ANZAMEMS), University of Dunedin, 02.-05.02.2011.

 

 

Düsseldorf, Germany

   The workshop ‘Hierarchy of knowledge, religious authority and status - The library of mendicant orders in its historical context’, Schloss Mickeln, Universität Düsseldorf, 11.-12.12.2011.

 

 

Glasgow, Scotland

   The symposium ‘Christianisation and Standardisation, Place-Names and Perception’, Cognitive Toponomy Symposium 2, University of Glasgow, 31.10.2014.

   The conference ‘Conflict and Rebellion in the North Sea World: Creating, Managing and Resolving Conflict in the twelfth and thirteenth century’, University of Glasgow, 09.-10.04.2014.

   ‘Symposium on Cognitive Geography’, University of Glasgow, 26.04.2013.

 

 

Göttingen, Germany

   The colloquium ‘Themen und Tendenzen der Mittelalterforschung’, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, 24.11.2011.

 

 

Halmstad, Sweden

   The 43rd NORNA-symposium ‘Innovationer i namn och namnmönster’, Tylebäcks kursgård, 06.-08.11.2013.

 

 

Helsinki, Finland

   The conference ‘Seeing, Hearing, Reading and Believing - Authorities in the Middle Ages’, University of Helsinki, 20.-23.09.2010.

 

 

Hobart, Australia

   The 7th Biennial International Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Association for Medieval and Early Modern Studies (ANZAMEMS), University of Tasmania, 02.-06.12.2008.

 

 

Jaruplund, Germany

   The 31st symposium of NORNA on the theme ’Nordic place-names on -torp’, Jaruplund Højskole, 25.-28.04.2002.

 

 

Kalamazoo, USA

   The 42nd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, 10.-13.05.2007.

 

 

Kemer, Turkey

   The 3rd International Geography Symposium (GEOMED 2013), Rose Hotels, 10.-13.06.2013.

 

 

Kyoto, Japan

   The 14th International Conference for Historical Geographers (ICHG), Kyoto University, 23.-27.08.2009.

 

 

Leeds, England

   The International Medieval Congress (IMC), University of Leeds, 07.-10.07.2014.

   The International Medieval Congress (IMC), University of Leeds, 09.-12.07.2012.

   The International Medieval Congress (IMC), University of Leeds, 11.-14.07.2011.

   The International Medieval Congress (IMC), University of Leeds, 12.-15.07.2010.

   The International Medieval Congress (IMC), University of Leeds, 13.-16.07.2009.

   The International Medieval Congress (IMC), University of Leeds, 07.-10.07.2008.

   The International Medieval Congress (IMC), University of Leeds, 10.-13.07.2006.

 

 

Lincoln, England

   The conference ‘Religious Men in the Middle Ages - Networks and Communities’, University of Lincoln, 03.-05.07.2014.

 

 

London, England

   The conference ‘Making and Breaking the Rules - Discussion, Implementation and Consequences of Dominican Legislation’, German Historical Institute, 06.08.03.2014.

 

 

Lund, Sweden

   Seminar of Lunds Middelalder Akademi (ALMA), University of Lund, 17.10.2013.

 

 

Malmö, Sweden

   Det dansk-svenske Torp-forum’s ’Interdisciplinary torp-conference’, Fridhemsborg, 25.-27.04.2007.

 

 

Melbourne, Australia

   The 9th Biennial International Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Association for Medieval and Early Modern Studies (ANZAMEMS), Monash University, Melbourne, 12.-16.02.2013.

 

 

New York, USA

   The 30th Annual Conference of the Center for Medieval Studies on ‘New Directions in Medieval Scandinavian Studies’, Fordham University, 27.-28.03.2010.

 

 

Oslo, Norway

   Middelalderuken, Ladegården in Oslo, 29.08.2011-02.09.2011.

 

 

Prato, Italy

   The workshop ‘Imagining Poverty - Mendicant culture and devotion, 1250-1450’, Monash University Prato Centre, 05.12.2011.

 

 

Riga, Latvia

   The 24th ‘Permanent European Conference for the Study of the Rural Landscape’ (PECSRL) 2010, University of Latvia, 23.-27.08.2010.

 

 

Rome, Italy

   The 5th seminar of Istituto Storico Domenicano on the theme ‘La storiografia domenica tra barocco e illuminismo’, Largo Angelicum, 01.-03.10.2004.

 

 

Southampton, England

   The colloquium ‘Text and Traditions of Medieval Pastoral Care - A celebratory colloquium for Bella Millet’, University of Southampton, 10.07.2010.

 

 

Swansea, Wales

   The interdisciplinary colloquium ‘Mapping the Medieval City : Space, Place and Identity’, Swansea University, 30.-31.07.2009.

 

 

Tallinn, Estonia

   The Seminar ‘Liber Census Daniae Revisited’, University of Tallinn, 10.-11.12.2014.

   The  Nordic Centre for Medieval Studies’ postgraduate course ‘Regional and European identities in medieval Baltic Sea region’, University of Tallinn, 04.-13.08.2006.

 

 

Tórshavn, Faroe Islands

   The 41st NORNA symposium ‘Navne i kystkulturen’, Fróðskaparsetur Føroya, 02.-04.06.2011.

 

 

Utstein, Norway

   The conference ‘Isolated Islands in Medieval Mind, Culture and Nature’, Utstein Kloster, 04.-06.06.2008.

   The 33rd symposium of  NORNA on the theme ‘Settlement-names on  -staðir’, Utstein Kloster, 07.-09.05.2004.

 

 

Vadstena, Sweden

   The seminar ‘Stad och kloster - mötesplatser och andliga rum’, Vadstena Abbey, 04.10.2014.

 

 

Älvkarleby, Sweden

   The 40th NORNA symposium ‘Binamn - uppkomst, bildning, terminologi och bruk’, Älvkarleö herrgård, 29.09.10-01.10.2010.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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