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Instytut Historii

Grzegorz Bartusik

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Grzegorz Bartusik, PhD
Assistant Professor in the Institute of History, University of Silesia in Katowice

The Centre for Nordic and Old English Studies

g.bartusik@us.edu.pl

ORCID: 0000-0002-8693-0932

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Research interests:

Reception of ancient Rome and Greece in medieval Scandinavia; Christianization, Europeanization and civilization of medieval Scandinavia; mentality history

Selected publications:

  • Himna smiðr : the Ancient Hebrew Conceptual Metaphor GOD IS THE MAKER OF HEAVEN in the Old Icelandic Language and Literature as a Marker of Christianization in Iceland. „Scandia: Journal of Medieval Norse Studies” 2020, no. 3, pp. 64-101.
  • Cultural Transfer of Cognitive Structures of Fortune in the Latin and Old Icelandic Literatures and Languages: The Case of the Metaphor Fortune is a Wheel. In: Social Norms in Medieval Scandinavia. Eds. J. Morawiec, A. Jochymek, G. Bartusik. Leeds: Arc Humanities Press – Amsterdam University Press, 2019, pp. 103-138.
  • Sarð hann yðr þá eigi Agði? Humour and laughter in Sneglu-Halla þáttr. In: HistoRisus: Histories of Laughter and Laughter in History. Eds. R. Borysławski, J. Jajszczok, J. Wolff and A. Bemben, Cambridge Scholars Publishing: Newcastle upon Tyne 2016, pp. 119-138.
  • Victor de victoribus? Von der militärischen Niederlage und dem moralischen Sieg von Marcus Atilius Regulus. In: Scripta Classica, 2013, no. 10, Katowice, pp. 85-106.
  • Galilaee, vicisti! O znajdującej się w katowickiej katedrze płaskorzeźbie przedstawiającej konanie cesarza rzymskiego Juliana Apostaty [Galilaee, vicisti! On the relief representing the death of Roman emperor Julian the Apostate in the Katowice cathedral]. In: Classica Catoviciensia Scripta Minora, 2012, fasc. 17, pp. 60-73.

Fellowships and grants:

  • Research project manager, PRELUDIUM 14, no. 2017/27/N/HS3/00740, the National Science Centre project: “Dyseminacja łacińskich metafor konceptualnych w literaturze staronordyckiej jako przejaw chrystianizacji i europeizacji średniowiecznej Skandynawii”, the University of Silesia, duration:  2018 – 2022.
  • Research project participant, in the National Program of the Development of Humanities in Poland, the module “Uniwersalia” 2.2, no. MNiSW 0301/NPRH5/H22/84/2017, project: Polskojęzyczna edycja Heimskringli Snorrego Sturlusona, the Jagiellonian University, duration: 2017-2021.
  • Research Fellow of „The EEA & Norway Grants” in Norway and Iceland (the South-East Norway University, 2016; the Iceland University in Reykjavik, 2015-2016; the Oslo University, 2014)

Academic outreach and engagement:

Co-organizer of the Nordic Studies Forum meetings, lectures and discussion panels on the culture, history and literature of medieval Scandinavia, 2012-2020, now continued in the Centre for Nordic and Old English Studies, University of Silesia in Katowice.

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