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Asst Prof Jonathan Hui
Assistant Professor, School of Humanities
Journal Articles
(Not applicable to NIE
staff as info will be
pulled from PRDS)
Vilmundar saga viðutan: The Saga of Vilmundur the Outsider, ed. and trans. J. Y. H. Hui (London: Viking Society for Northern Research, 2021).
[2021 recipient of the Katharine Briggs Award, awarded by the Folklore Society]

Journal articles
Hui, J. Y. H., ‘New Analogical Evidence for Cymbeline’s Folkloric Composition in the Medieval Icelandic Ála flekks saga, in Shakespeare Survey 75, ed. Emma Smith (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2022), pp. 287–312.

Hui, J. Y. H., 'A Serendipitous Comparison? Jin Yong and J. R. R. Tolkien: Genre, Prosimetrum and Modern Medievalism East and West', Comparative Critical Studies 18:2–3 (2021), 285–307.
[joint 2021 recipient of the Philippa Maddern ECR Publication Prize, awarded by ANZAMEMS]

Hui, J. Y. H., ‘Cinderella in Old Norse Literature’, Folklore 129:4 (2018), 353–74.

Hui, J. Y. H., ‘Bad Beef and Mad Cow Disease in Bósa saga ok Herrauðs, Scandinavian Studies 90:4 (2018), 461–84.

Hui, J. Y. H., C. Ellis, J. McIntosh, K. M. Olley, W. Norman, and K. Anderson, Ála flekks saga: An Introduction, Text and Translation’, Leeds Studies in English 49 (2018), 1–43.

Hui, J. Y. H., C. Ellis, J. McIntosh, and K. M. Olley, Ála flekks saga: A Snow White Variant from Late Medieval Iceland’, Leeds Studies in English 49 (2018), 45–64.

Hui, J. Y. H., ‘The Fornaldarsaga in a Dream: Weaving Fantastical Textures in Stjörnu-Odda draumr, Quaestio Insularis 17 (2016), 48–73.

Book chapters
Hui, J. Y. H., Brynja Þorgeirsdóttir, F. Colombo, C. Ellis, K. A. Haley-Halinski, and J. McIntosh, ‘Jóns saga leiksveins: A Text and Translation’, in From the Rus' to the Rímur: New Norse Studies, ed. Shaun F. D. Hughes and Allyn K. Pearson (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, forthcoming).

Grant, T., and J. Y. H. Hui, ‘Between Myths and Legends: The Guises of Goðmundr of Glæsisvellir’, in Margins, Monsters, Deviants: Alterities in Old Norse Literature and Culture, ed. R. Merkelbach and G. Knight (Turnhout: Brepols, 2020), pp. 69–98.

Other resources
Hui, J. Y. H., 'Is Jin Yong 'China's Tolkien'?', Fantasy Literature Podcast, University of Oxford (2021). [podcast episode]

Allport, B., and J. Y. H. Hui, The Viking Age, c. 790-1066 (2019). [educational website]