‘Their treason undid them’: Crossing the Boundary between Scottish and English in Barbour’s Bruce

Physician, Apothecary, or Surgeon? The Medieval Roots of Professional Boundaries in Later Medical Practice

‘The cruel queen her thrall let slip’: Boundaries of Female Agency in the Ynglinga Saga

‘The cruel queen her thrall let slip’: Boundaries of Female Agency in the Ynglinga Saga Introduction The Old Norse sagas, written primarily in Iceland and Norway in the thirteenth century, represent a unique branch of Medieval European literature. They are distinct in that they are mostly written in the vernacular rather than Latin, but also for […]