• Icelandic Culture and Concepts of the Æsir in Manitoba 

      McGillivray, Andrew (CSS Publications (Centre for Scandinavian Studies), 2017)
      The Icelandic community in Manitoba continually translates its cultural heritage into a Canadian context, a process that began in 1875 at the time of initial Icelandic settlement in the Interlake region. Like other settler ...
    • Gender and Subversion in Medieval Icelandic Legend and Saga 

      McGillivray, Andrew (Roda da Fortuna: Revista Eletrônica sobre Antiguidade e Medievo / Electronic Journal about Antiquity and Middle Ages, 2017)
      The saga writers of medieval Iceland rhetorically engage with contemporary social issues in their narratives, including issues faced by women and, in particular, the treatment of women in regard to their marriages. Many ...
    • Influences of Pre-Christian Mythology and Christianity on Old Norse Poetry: A Narrative Study of Vafþrúðnismál 

      McGillivray, Andrew (Medieval Institute Publications, Western Michigan University, 2018)
      Abstract: In this study, McGillivray explores the cultural environment in which the Eddic poem Vafþrúðnismál was composed and reexamines the relationship between form and content in the poem and the respective influences ...
    • Avant-propos: Compagnons à la lisière de l'Islande 

      McGillivray, Andrew (Association for the Advancement of Scandinavian Studies in Canada (AASSC), 2019)
      La récente publication de Wayward Heroes, traduite par Philip Roughton, constitue un événement marquant pour la littérature mondiale. Il s’agit de la première traduction directe de l’islandais à anglais du roman Gerpla de ...
    • Foreword: Companions on the Edge of Iceland 

      McGillivray, Andrew (Association for the Advancement of Scandinavian Studies in Canada (AASSC), 2019)
      The recent publication of Wayward Heroes, translated by Philip Roughton, marks a significant event for world literature, the first direct translation from Icelandic to English of Halldór Laxness’s masterpiece novel Gerpla. ...