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Dr. Immo Warntjes

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Medieval Academy of America 2018
'The final countdown and the reform of the liturgical calendar in the early Middle Ages' in, editor(s)Matthew Gabriel & James T. Palmer , Apocalypse and reform from Late Antiquity to the Middle Ages, 2018, pp51 - 75, [Immo Warntjes], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Immo Warntjes, 'The continuation of the Alexandrian Easter table in seventh-century Iberia and its transmission to ninth-century Francia', Revue d'histoire des textes n. s. , 13, 2018, p185 - 194, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Immo Warntjes / Dáibhí Ó Cróinín, Late Antique calendrical thought and its reception in the early Middle Ages, Brepols, 2017, Book, PUBLISHED
Immo Warntjes, 'Introduction: state of research on late antique and early medieval computus', Late Antique calendrical thought and its reception in the early Middle Ages. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on the Science of Computus in Ireland and Europe , edited by Immo Warntjes & Dáibhí Ó Cróinín , Brepols, 2017, pp1 - 42, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
'Computus as scientific thought in Ireland and the Continent in the early medieval West' in, editor(s)Roy Flechner / Sven Meeder , The Irish in early medieval Europe: identity, culture and religion, New York, Palgrave, 2016, pp158 - 178, [Immo Warntjes], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
'Computus' in, editor(s)Victor J. Katz et al. , Sourcebook in the mathematics of medieval Europe and North Africa, Princeton, Princeton University Press, 2016, pp29 - 36, [Immo Warntjes], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Immo Warntjes, 'Hermann der Lahme und die Zeitrechnung. Bedeutung seiner Computistica und Forschungsperspektiven', Hermann der Lahme: Reichenauer Mönch und Universalgelehrter des 11. Jh. , edited by Felix Heinzer / Thomas Zotz , Kohlhammer, 2016, pp277 - 316, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
David Juste, ''Hermann der Lahme und das Astrolab im Spiegel der neuesten Forschung'', Hermann der Lahme: Reichenauer Mönch und Universalgelehrter des 11. Jahrhunderts, Stuttgart, Kohlhammer, 2016, 273 - 284, Translation, PUBLISHED
Pádraic Moran / Immo Warntjes, Early medieval Ireland and Europe: chronology, contacts, scholarship, Turnhout, Brepols, 2015, Book, PUBLISHED
'Victorius vs Dionysius: the Irish Easter controversy of AD 689' in, editor(s)Pádraic Moran / Immo Warntjes , Early medieval Ireland and Europe: chronology, contacts, scholarship, Turnhout, Brepols, 2015, pp40 - 96, [Immo Warntjes], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
  

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Award Date
Irish Research Council Laureate Award for the project 'IFCE - The Irish Foundations of Carolingian Europe: the case of calendrical science' (562,527.50 Euro) 2018-2022
Trinity Trust (1,500 Euro) 2018
Trinity Long Room Hub Research Incentive Scheme (3,000 Euro) 2017
Trinity Visiting Professorship and Fellowship Benefection Fund (500 Euro) 2017
My research falls into four categories: My primary field of interest is early medieval scientific thought; I have explored the Irish intellectual milieus of the seventh and early eighth centuries that shaped Bede's mind and prepared the so-called Carolingian Renaissance, particularly in the field of computus (medieval time-reckoning); also, the question of continuity of late antique learning in the early middle ages is part of this research; more recently, I am involved in research on Visigothic scientifica of the sixth and seventh centuries and the transition period from Latin to Arabic science of the second half of the eleventh and the twelfth centuries. Second, the work on early medieval scientific texts prompted me to analyse the use of the vernacular in monastic teaching and intellectual debate of the time. Third, early medieval Irish history features prominently in my research, with a special interest in Irish kingship and succession, hagiography, as well as the Easter controversy. Fourth, my work at the University of Greifswald (2007-2013) has turned my attention to cultural history in the form of central and late medieval burial practises, especially the separate burial (Getrenntbestattung) of heart and intestines.