Andreas Fischnaller

Fischnaller, Andreas, M.A.

Born 18 November 1986 in Gräfelfing

2011–2014 PhD student at the Institute for Nordic Philology at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich in the project Runic Writing in the Germanic languages (RuneS).

Academic career:
2006–2010 academic studies in Nordic Philology, German as a Foreign Language, Finno-Ugric Philology and Pedagogy at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich; 2008 Erasmus exchange programme (Nordiska språk) at the University of Lund (Sweden); 2009–2011 scholarship from the Max Weber-Programm; 2010 M.A. degree at the University of Munich.

Klaus Johann Myrvoll

Klaus Johann Myrvoll, Dr. phil. from the University of Oslo, gained his PhD in 2015 with a dissertation on the chronology of Skaldic poetry (Kronologi i skaldekvæde. Distribusjon av metriske og språklege drag i høve til tradisjonell datering og attribuering). In 2016, he carried out graphemic studies regarding the manuscript runes and wrote up a study about the Runica manuscripta for the module "Graphemics" as a commissioned work for the research unit Göttingen.

Sigmund Oehrl

Oehrl, Sigmund, Dr. phil

Born: 1979 in Kassel

2010–2017 project researcher in the Academy project Runic Writing in the Germanic Languages (RuneS).

Academic career:
Academic studies in Archaeology, German and Nordic Philology at the Georg-August-Universität Göttingen. M.A. degree in November 2004. Teaching assignment at the „Seminar für Ur- und Frühgeschichte“ at the University of Göttingen. 2006–2008: Ph.D. scholarship from the Gerda Henkel Foundation. PhD degree October 2008. 2009-2011 Postdoc scholarship from the Gerda Henkel Foundation. From April to August 2013 DAAD-scholar at Riksantikvarieämbetet, Visby and Statens Historiska Museet, Stockholm.

Since October 2009 teaching assistant at the UDL Göttingen. 

Livia Roschdi

Roschdi, Livia

Born: 1986

2014-2017 doctoral candidate at Munich University with a thesis on the topic "Frisian Runes (Edition)" in the Academy project Runic Writing in the Germanic Languages (RuneS).

Academic career: 
Degree course in English and Romance Languages at Munich University and the Royal Holloway University of London with a special focus on English historical linguistics and mediaeval literature. M.A. degree in June 2013 with a thesis on the Bavarian Runica Manuscripta.

Lecturer at the Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt (winter term 2014/15) und Munich University (summer term 2015–summer term 2016).

Main research interests:
Runes (Old English and Old Frisian), the archaeology of the Dutch coastal regions in the Early Middle Ages.

Philipp Simon

Simon, Philipp

Born: 13 March 1986

04-09/2017 substitute for PD Dr. Kerstin Kazzazi and project researcher in the project Runic Writing in the Germanic Languages (RuneS).

Academic Career:
2011-2016 study of English, History and Education for teaching purposes at the Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt and the University of Aberdeen, Scotland.
Degrees: Bachelor of Arts in English and History in January 2015 on the Baconsthorpe pageholder/pageturner and the Gandersheim Casket and first state exam for teachers at grammar schools in April 2016.

02/2014-03/2017 Research assistant in the project Runic Writing in the Germanic Languages (RuneS); 04/2015-07/2015 Tutorial for Old English under the direction of Prof. Dr. Thomas Hoffmann; 10/2014-02/2015 Tutorial for phonetics and phonology under the direction of Prof. Dr. Thomas Hoffmann.


Contact

Kiel (project co-ordination)

Prof. Dr. Edith Marold
audhgunth@isfas.uni-kiel.de
emarold@t-online.de

Dr. Christiane Zimmermann
c.zimmermann@isfas.uni-kiel.de

Göttingen

„Südgermanische Runeninschriften“
Prof. Dr. Klaus Düwel 
kduewel@gwdg.de

„Runica Manuscripta“
Prof. Dr. Wilhelm Heizmann
wheizma@lrz.uni-muenchen.de

Eichstätt-München

PD Dr. Gaby Waxenberger
Gaby.Waxenberger@anglistik.uni-muenchen.de

PD Dr. Kerstin Kazzazi
runes@kuei.de