The project "Bleeding Images and Visual Animation" investigates what it means that the medieval image was alive, acting as a living entity able to move on its own, to perform bodily functions and to manifest some sort of "personhood".
For more information about the project please visit the website.
This blog contains posts about Simon Nygaard's research project on runic poetry and ritual performance in Viking Age Scandinavia.
Simon Nygaard is a researcher, historian and currently Assistant Professor at the Department of the Study of Religion at Aarhus University.
This project seeks to explore the relationship between castles, their owners/users and their environment.
For more information about the project's development, please go to the European Network for Country House and Estate Research