Beck Lectures on Icelandic Literature with Dr. Torfi Tulinius

Dr. Torfi H. Tulinius is Professor of Medieval Icelandic Studies in the School of
Humanities at the University of Iceland. His scholarly fields of interest include Medieval
Icelandic Literature, Medieval History, Narrative Theory, and Psychoanalysis. His most
recent publication is The Enigma of Egill: The Saga, the Viking Poet, and Snorri
Sturluson (2014).


ʺThe Detective Novel in Icelandic: : From Jóhann M. Bjarnason
to Arnaldur Indriðasonʺ
Sunday 1 November, 2:00 p.m.
Clearihue Building, Room A203
Presented by the Richard and Margaret Beck Trust

ʺIntroduction to the Old Norse World Through the Saga of the
Viking Poet Egillʺ
Monday 2 November, 3:30 p.m.
Cornett Building, Room A125

ʺMedieval Romances in Iceland: Old Norse Translations from
Old French ʺ
Tuesday 3 November, 4:30 p.m.
Engineering Comp Science Building, Room 124

For general information about these lectures call (250) 853-7656.