Welcome to the website of the Viking Society for Northern Research, the world’s foremost learned society in the field of medieval Scandinavian and Northern studies.
A General Meeting of the Society
will be held in
The Haldane Room, University College London
on Friday 17 November 2017
Sir David M. Wilson
will speak on
‘The Scandinavian Crosses of the Isle of Man Revisited’
Tea will be served at 4.15 p.m.
Members may bring guests
The Council will be meet at 3 p.m.
The Meeting will be followed by the Society’s Annual Dinner (see booking form)
Booking form dinner 17-11-17
THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the Society will be held at
The English Faculty Building, Room GR 6/7 (Ground Floor), 9 West Road, Cambridge
On Saturday 8 July 2017 At 3.45 p.m.
Brittany Schorn will speak on ‘Gersum: the Old Norse vocabulary of the Gawain poet reconsidered’
Tea will be served at 3.15 p.m. Members may bring guests
The Council will meet at 2 p.m.
Details of the Bursary for 2017-18 have been updated. Applications are due by 3 April 2017. For full details see the Peter Foote Memorial Bursary page.
Members and prospective members are reminded that subscriptions, which are due for renewal on 1 October every year, have risen slightly in price: Ordinary membership now costs £25.00 and Student Membership is £12.00 per annum. This change applies to new subscriptions as well as renewals. See the membership page for information about how to join or renew your subscription.
The Society has recently reprinted two older publications:
A History of Norway and the Passion and Miracles of the Blessed Óláfr. Translated by D. Kunin. Edited with introduction and notes by C. Phelpstead.Text Series XIII. 2001. ISBN 978 0 903521 48 2. £5/£10.
Hávamál. Edited by D. A. H. Evans. With Glossary and Index compiled by Anthony Faulkes. Text Series VII. 1986,1987 repr. 2017. ISBN 978 0 903521 95 6. £6/12. (The Glossary was previously sold as a separate volume, but is now incorporated in the same volume as the text.)
The Society’s Support Fund, which helps members with research and travel costs, continues to welcome applications. The procedures for applying have changed slightly, however. Please see the Support Fund page for details.