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Food During the Viking Age with Chef Jonas Lorentzen

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Today I had the honor of speaking with Chef Jonas Lorentzen. We discuss food during the Viking Age, his career with the popular music group Heilung, what inspires him about Norse myth, and much more.

Referenced in Today’s Episode:

Matr – Jonas’ New Nordic Food Company

 Jonas’s Musical Work

An Interview with Jonas on Vegetarian Viking Cuisine

Matr on Instagram

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Music: Danheim – Framganga

Rethinking Nordic Paganism with Dr. Luke John Murphy

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Today I chat with Dr. Luke John Murphy of the University of Leicester. Dr. Murphy presents an interesting new concept regarding a unified Norse pantheon and describes the evidence for medieval pagan worshiping practices.

Referenced in Today’s Episode:

Dr.  Luke John Murphy’s Website

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Music: Danheim – Framganga

Runes: The Vikings in Their Own Words with Dr. Judith Jesch

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Today I chat with Dr. Judith Jesch, Professor of Viking Studies at the University of Nottingham. Her research has focused on a wide range of topics including Old Norse sagas, poetry, runic inscriptions, and much more.

Referenced in Today’s Episode:

Women in the Viking Age

The Viking Diaspora

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Music: Danheim – Framganga

Celtic Myths & Legends with Siân Esther Powell

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Today I speak with Siân Esther Powell, host of The Celtic Myths and Legends Podcast. We explore the world of Celtic mythology, how it relates to Norse myth and the primary sources that feature the myths.

Referenced in Today’s Episode:

Celtic Myths and Legends Podcast

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Music: Danheim – Framganga

The Viking Mentality: Part 2 With Bjørn Andreas Bull-Hansen

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Today I talk with friend of the show, Bjørn Andreas Bull-Hansen. In our conversation, we discuss ”The Viking Mentality.” Bjørn is a bestselling Norwegian novelist, bushcrafter, yachtsman, historic archer, and modern day Viking. Please be sure to check out more of his work via the links below.

Bjørn’s Youtube channel https://bit.ly/2Pa3YDU

Bjørn’s website & blog https://bull-hansen.com/

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The Viking Mentality: Part 1 With Bjørn Andreas Bull-Hansen

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Today I talk with friend of the show, Bjørn Andreas Bull-Hansen. In our conversation, we discuss ”The Viking Mentality.” Bjørn is a bestselling Norwegian novelist, bushcrafter, yachtsman, historic archer, and modern day Viking. Please be sure to check out more of his work via the links below.

Bjørn’s Youtube channel https://bit.ly/2Pa3YDU

Bjørn’s website & blog https://bull-hansen.com/

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Music: Danheim – Framganga https://danheimmusic.com/

Jonna Jinton – Kulning an Ancient Swedish Herding Call

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Today I am joined by Jonna Jinton, Swedish artist, photographer, and musician. Listen for a discussion about the ancient Swedish herding call known as ”Kulning.” Please be sure to check out more of her work via the link below.

Jonna’s Website & Jewelry Shop https://jonnajinton.se/

The Book I Recommended ”The Origin of Words, Names, and Everything in Between”  http://bit.ly/originofnames

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Music: Danheim – Framganga https://danheimmusic.com/

Riddle of the Runes – The Saga of a Shieldmaiden With Dr. Janina Ramirez

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Today I chat with Dr. Janina Ramirez, inspirational historian, broadcaster, and author based at the University of Oxford. We discuss her fascination with the Viking Age and her new book  Riddle of The Runes – A Viking Mystery.

Referenced in Today’s Episode:

Riddle of the Runes – A Viking Mystery

The Art Detective Podcast

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Music: Danheim – Framganga

The Conversion of Scandinavia with Anders Winroth

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Today I’m joined by Anders Winroth, Professor of Medieval History at Yale University. We discuss his book ‘’The Conversion of Scandinavia – Viking Merchants and Missionaries in the Remaking of Northern Europe.’’  

Referenced in Today’s Episode:

The Conversion of Scandinavia – Viking Merchants and Missionaries in the Remaking of Northern Europe

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Music: Danheim – Framganga

The Saga of Icelanders – Migration to ”A New World” with Dr. Mathias Nordvig

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Today I talk with Dr. Mathias Nordvig who teaches at the University of Colorado Boulder, in the Nordic Studies Program. We discuss The Saga of Icelanders and how they can be used as a source for the Viking Age. Additionally, we discuss the exceptionality of Iceland and why migration promotes individualism.

Referenced in Today’s Episode:

The Saga of Icelanders

Dr. Mathias Nordvig on Academia.edu

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Music: Danheim – Framganga