<b>Book Review of <i>Negotiating the Landscape. Environment and Monastic Identity in the Medieval Ardennes</i></b> // Reseña de <i>Negotiating the Landscape. Environment and Monastic Identity in the Medieval Ardennes</i>

  • Reinhard Hennig Mid Sweden University Eco-Humanities Hub (ECOHUM)
Keywords: Middle Ages, hagiography, landscape, resource use, resource conflicts, environmental memory

Abstract

Book Review

Author Biography

Reinhard Hennig, Mid Sweden University Eco-Humanities Hub (ECOHUM)

Reinhard Hennig studied Scandinavian studies, medieval and modern history at the universities of Freiburg, Gothenburg and Bonn. He wrote a master’s thesis on Old Norse literature and taught courses in both medieval and modern Icelandic literature at the University of Münster. In 2014, he completed his PhD project on environmental literature from Iceland and Norway at the University of Bonn. The project combines approaches from several environmental humanities disciplines, including ecocriticism, cultural ecology, environmental history and environmental ethics. Currently he is project assistant for the interdisciplinary project "Inscribing Environmental Memory in the Icelandic Sagas" at Eco-Humanities Hub (ECOHUM), Mid Sweden University.

 

Published
2014-09-08
Section
Book Reviews