The Arnamagnæan Institute

The Arnamagnæan Institute is a research centre focused on philology, manuscript studies and language studies, specifically West Norse (Icelandic, Norwegian and Faroese) and East Norse (Swedish and Danish) in addition to modern Icelandic and Faroese. 

    The centre is home to several collections, the most important one is the Arnamagnæan manuscript collection which comprises around 3000 items. Around 1400 are in Copenhagen, and the rest has been given back to Iceland.  In 2009 the collection was added to UNESCO’s Memory of the World Register in recognition of its historical value.
    Read about the collection.

    In collaboration with the Arnamagnæan Commission the institute publishes the series Bibliotheca Arnamagnæana and Editiones Arnamagnæanæ. A new series of digital editions, Editiones Arnamagnæanæ Electronicæ, is under development.

     

     

     

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    Researchers

    Name Title Phone E-mail
    Battista, Simonetta Dictionary editor +45 353-35729 E-mail
    Driscoll, Matthew James Professor +45 353-28471 E-mail
    Hansen, Anne Mette Associate professor +45 353-28713 E-mail
    Helgadottir, Thorbjørg Dictionary editor +45 353-28490 E-mail
    Højme, Charlotte Dictionary assistant +45 353-28488 E-mail
    Isaksen, Jógvan Associate professor +45 353-28479 E-mail
    Jóhannsson, Ellert Þór Dictionary editor +45 353-28504 E-mail
    Kjeldsen, Alex Speed Assistant professor, tenure track +45 353-35737 E-mail
    Lassen, Annette Associate professor +45 353-28491 E-mail
    Sigurdardottir, Aldis Dictionary editor +45 353-35745 E-mail
    Wills, Tarrin Jon Dictionary editor +45 353-34072 E-mail

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