John and Andy have been giving us Saga Thing, a podcast about the Sagas of Icelanders, for years, and they’ve covered both The Saga of Eric the Red and The Saga of the Greenlanders. Equal parts entertaining and informative!
AUD THE DEEP-MINDED BIBLIOGRAPHY
Sofie Vanherpen has a personal website where she has collected a huge number of resources about Aud the Deep-Minded, including editions and translations of the medieval texts in which she appears, scholarship and Aud’s reception in modern adaptations and popular culture.
HISTORY OF THE VIKINGS
Noah Tetzner has been running the History of the Vikings podcast for over two years, interviewing experts on the Vikings and medieval sources about various Norse and Viking subjects.
Lee’s Viking Age podcast has some great episodes about the history of the Vikings as well as a special series about another fascinating saga woman, Queen Gunnhildr, the ‘mother of kings’.
VIKING SOCIETY FOR NORTHERN RESEARCH WEB PUBLICATIONS
The Viking Society for Northern Research, a scholarly society based in the UK, has generously made available many editions and translations of Old Norse-Icelandic texts, as well as scholarship on anything related to Viking and Medieval Scandinavia.
WORLD TREE PROJECT
A partly crowd-sourced digital archive of Viking and Medieval Scandinavia, based at the University of Nottingham.
Dr Emily Lethbridge travelled around Iceland for the better part of a year, reading and writing about the sagas in the places where they take place.
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