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Helle Vogt

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Assistant Professor in Legal History, at the Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Membre associée du CENJ/IMM

Présentation

Helle Vogt (born 1974) has since 2009 been assistant Professor in Legal History, at the Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. Since she got her PhD in 2005 her work has mainly focused on comparative studies of Nordic law and legal practice primarily in the middle ages and early modern times. A big part of her work has focused on penal laws, kinship, the construction of family and the interaction with religious norms and learned law. Since 2012 she has been the leader of a project about translating the Danish medieval laws to English (to be published February 2016). From 2003-2014 she has been the chief organiser of the Carlberg Academy Conferences on Medieval Legal History. She had also participated in a number of other collective projects, including Foundations and space of action of Nordic inheritance law: Strategies, relations and historical development c. 1100-2020 (2014-2015 granted 500.000 € from the Norwegian Research Council for the research group members to be fellows at the Centre for Advanced Study, Oslo).

 

Publications

Books (author)

♦ Helle Vogt: The Function of Kinship in Nordic Medieval Legislation. Medieval Law and its Practice 9. Boston/Leiden Brill 2010 [304 pp.].

♦ Ditlev Tamm & Helle Vogt: Dansk retshistorie og vestlig forfatningsudvikling. Studieudgave. Copenhagen: DJØF Publisher 2009 [208 pp.].

♦ Helle Vogt: Slægtens funktion i nordisk højmiddelalderret – Kanonisk retsideologi og fredsskabende lovgivning. Copenhagen: DJØF Publisher 2005 [344 pp.].
 

Books (editor)

♦ Ditlev Tamm & Helle Vogt (eds): The Danish medieval laws in English translation, (Routledge, forthcoming)

♦ Per Andersen, Kirsi Salonen, Helle Sigh & Helle Vogt (eds): How Nordic are the Nordic Medieval Laws? Proceedings from the tenth Carlsberg Conference on Medieval Legal History. Copenhagen: DJØF Publisher 2014 [249 pp.].

♦ Kim Esmark, Lars Hermanson, Hans Jacob Orning & Helle Vogt (eds), Disputing Strategies in Medieval Scandinavia, Brill, 2013 [371 pp.].

♦ Kirsi Salonen, Kurt V. Jensen & Helle Vogt (eds): Cultural Encounters during the Crusades, Odense: Sydddansk University Press, 2013, [329 pp.].

♦ Per Andersen, Kirsi Salonen, Helle Sigh & Helle Vogt (eds): Law and Disputing in the Middle Ages – Proceedings of the Ninth Carlsberg Academy Conference on Medieval Legal History, Copenhagen: DJØF Publisher, [304 pp.].

♦ Per Andersen, Kirsi Salonen, Helle Sigh & Helle Vogt (eds): Law and Marriage in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times - Proceedings of the Fourth Carlsberg Academy Conference on Medieval Legal History. Copenhagen: DJØF Publisher, 2012, [301 pp.].

♦ Per Andersen, Mia Münster-Swendsen & Helle Vogt (eds): Law and Power in the Middle Ages − Proceedings of the Eighth Carlsberg Academy Conference on Medieval Legal History. 2. rev. ed., Copenhagen: DJØF Publisher, 2010, [256 pp.].

♦ Per Andersen, Ditlev Tamm & Helle Vogt (eds): How Nordic are the Nordic Medieval Laws? Proceedings from the first Carlsberg Conference on Medieval Legal History. 2. rev. udg., Copenhagen: DJØF Publisher 2011 [248 pp.].

♦ Per Andersen, Mia Münster-Swendsen & Helle Vogt (eds): Law and Private Life in the Middle Agepp. Proceedings of the Sixth Carlsberg Academy Conference on Medieval Legal History 2009. Copenhagen: DJØF Publisher 2011 [264 pp.].

♦ Per Andersen, Pia Letto-Vanamo, Kjell Å Modéer & Helle Vogt (eds): Liber Amicorum Ditlev Tamm: Law, History and Culture. Copenhagen: DJØF Publisher 2011 [888 pp.].

♦ Ditlev Tamm & Helle Vogt (eds): Nationalismus und Rechtsgeschichte im Osteseeraum nach 1800: Beiträge vom 5. Rechtshistorikertag im Ostseeraum 3.−4. November 2008. Recht und Kultur 4. Copenhagen: DJØF Publisher 2010 [264 pp.].

♦ Per Andersen, Mia Münster-Swendsen & Helle Vogt (eds): Law and Power in the Middle Ages. Proceedings of the Fourth Carlsberg Academy Conference on Medieval Legal History 2007. Copenhagen: DJØF Publisher 2008 [280 pp.].

♦ Poul Johannes Jørgensen: Dansk Strafferet fra Reformationen til Danske Lov. Ditlev Tamm & Helle Vogt (eds). Bibliotek for ret og kultur 1. Copenhagen: DJØF Publisher 2007 [448 pp.].

♦ Per Andersen, Mia Münster-Swendsen & Helle Vogt (eds): Law before Gratian – Proceedings of the Third Carlsberg Academy Conference on Medieval Legal History 2006. Copenhagen: DJØF Publisher 2007 [150 pp.].

♦ Helle Vogt & Mia Münster-Swendsen (eds): Law and Learning in the Middle Ages − Proceedings of the Second Carlsberg Academy Conference on Medieval Legal History 2005. Copenhagen: DJØF Publisher 2005 [238 pp.].

♦ Grethe Jacobsen, Helle Vogt, Inger Dübeck & Heide Wunder (eds): Less Favored. − More Favored. Proceedings from a Conference on Gender in European Legal History, 12th−19th Centuries, September 2004. Copenhagen 2005 <http://www.kb.dk/da/publikationer/online/fund_og_forskning/less_more/>.

♦ Ditlev Tamm & Helle Vogt (eds): How Nordic are the Nordic Medieval Laws? Medieval Legal History I. Copenhagen: UCP 2005 [239 pp.] (2nd edition 2012).

 

Articles

♦ "Absalon : évêque, guerrier et le Richelieu du Danemark", Autour de Lanfranc (1010-2010). Réforme et réformateurs dans l’Europe du Nord-Ouest (XIe-XIIe siècles), sous la direction de J. Barrow, F. Delivré et V. Gazeau, Caen 2015.

♦ “ ‘Likewise no one shall be tortured.’ The use of judicial torture in early modern Denmark”, i: Scandinavian Journal of History, vol. 39, no. 1, 2014, 78-99.

♦ “From Tribute to Tithe – The Changes in the Understanding of Private Property in Denmark circa 1000-1250,” in Lars Jørgensen, ed., Law and Archeology, Copenhagen 2015 (forthcoming).

♦ “Finding, Slicing the Pie, and Risk of Loss: Of Whales, Bees, and Other Valuable Finds in Iceland, Denmark, and Norway”, with William Ian Miller, Comparative Legal History 2015.

♦ “Latino o volgare: la creazione del linguaggio giuridico nella Dinamarca de Duecento”, with Ditlev Tamm, Paola Maffei, Gian Maria Varanni (eds): Honos alit artepp. Studie per il settantesimo compleanno di Mario Ascheri: Cammini delle idee dal medievo all’antico regime diretto e cultura nell’esperienza europea, vol. II, Firenze University Press, 2014, 291- 301.

♦ “Regional or central? Legislation and law in thirteenth-century Denmark”: Kerstin Hundahl, Lars Kjær and Niels Lund, (eds), Denmark and Europe in the Middle Ages, c.1000-1525: Essays in Honour of Professor Michael H. Gelting (Farnham; Ashgate, 2014), 203-214.

♦ ”Rights, obligations, domestic relations, and ’ius naturale’, the right order of things: A strategy for research into the Nordic medieval laws,” with Helle Sigh, How Nordic are the Nordic Medieval Laws? Proceedings from the tenth Carlsberg Conference on Medieval Legal History, Copenhagen: DJØF Publisher 2014, 39-58.

♦ “Vrag, hvaler og kongelig overhøjhed. Forstrandsret i nordisk middelalder” with Per Andersen, i: Olli Mäenpää; Dan Frände; Päivi Korpisaari (eds), Oikeuden historiasta tulevaisuuden Eurooppaan: Pia Letto-Vanamo 60 vuotta, Helsinki : Suomalainen Lakimiesyhdistys, 2014, 1-14.

♦ ”Danish Penal Law in the Middle Ages – Cases of Homicide and Woundings”: Stefan Brink and Lisa Collinson (eds): Scandinavian Provincial Laws – between local customs and European traditions, Brepols Publisher, 2014, 185-200.

♦ “The power to judge in thirteenth century Denmark”: K. Esmark, L. Hermanson, H.J. Orning & H. Vogt (eds), Disputing Strategies in Medieval Scandinavia, Brill, 2013, 161-180.

♦ “Introduction to part two: Local disputes: Property, justice, and social transaction”: K. Esmark, L. Hermanson, H.J. Orning & H. Vogt (eds), Disputing Strategies in Medieval Scandinavia, Brill, 2013, 143-160.

♦ “ ‘With law the land shall be build’: Danish legislation for the realm in the thirteenth century”, Steinar Imsen (ed.): Legislation and State Formation: Norway and its Neighbours in the Middle Ages, Trondheim: Akademika Publishing, 2013, 85-99.

♦ “Creating a Danish legal language: legal terminology in the medieval Law of Scania” (with D. Tamm): Historical Research, vol. LXXXVI, no 233, 2013, 505-514.

♦ “Introduction”, with Per Andersen, Kirsi Salonen, Helle Sigh & Helle Vogt: Law and Disputing in the Middle Ages – Proceedings of the Ninth Carlsberg Academy Conference on Medieval Legal History, Copenhagen: DJØF Publisher, 1-10.

♦ ”Legal Encounters in Estonia under Danish Rule, 1219-1347”: Kirsi Salonen, Kurt V. Jensen & Helle Vogt (eds): Cultural Encounters and During the Crusades. Odense: Sydddansk University Press, 2013, 237-243.

♦ ”Introduction”: (with Kurt Villads Jensen & Kirsi Salonen), i: Kirsi Salonen, Kurt V. Jensen & Helle Vogt (ed.): Cultural Encounters and Crusadepp. Odense: Sydddansk University Press, 2013, 7-14.

♦ ”Saxo og kanonisk ret”: Per Andersen & Thomas Heebøll-Holm (eds): Saxo som samtidshistoriker. Aarhus: Aarhus University Press, 2012, 35-50.

♦ ”Kampen om retten – Konge og biskop i 1200-tallets Danmark”: Sverre Bagge m.fl.: Statsutvikling i de nordiske rikene i mellomalderen. Oslo: Dreyers Forlag 2012, 241-256.

♦ ”Med Guds lov skal land bygges”, Lisbet Christoffersen et al. (eds): Fremtidens danske religionsmodel, Copenhagen: Forlaget Anis, 2012, 137-149.

♦ ”Introduction”, with Per Andersen, Kirsi Salonen & Helle Sigh: Law and Marriage in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times - Proceedings of the Fourth Carlsberg Academy Conference on Medieval Legal History. Copenhagen: DJØF Publisher, 2012, 1-9.

♦ ”Nye perspektiver på familierettens historie. Nordisk middelalder – Individ, familie, slægt”, i: Mats Kumlien & Maarit Jänterä-Jareborg (ed.): Rätten och rättsfamiljer i ett föränderligt samhälle, rättshistoriskt och komparativt. Lund: Iustus Förlag, 2011, 229-243.

♦ ”Le crociate danesi”: Mario Ascheri (ed.): Montaperti e la storia della guerra e della pace. Firenze, Aska, 2010, 67-73.

♦ ”‘Thi intet er naturligere og retfærdigere end Qvindekjønnets lige Arveret med Mandskjønnet’ - Stænderforsamlingernes behandling af ligestillingsspørgsmålet i 1840’erne.”: Tidsskrift for Rettsvitenskap 122:4-5 (2009), 647-674.

♦ ”‘Secundum consuetudinem et leges patrie’: The Concept of Law and Custom in Thirteenth Century Denmark”: Per Andersen, Mia Münster-Swendsen & Helle Vogt (eds): Custom. Development and use of a Legal Concept in the High Middle Ages. Proceedings of the Fifth Carlsberg Academy Conference on Medieval Legal History 2008. Copenhagen: DJØF Publisher 2009, 67-79.

♦ ”’Gud almægtigste til fortørnelse og godt ærligt godtfolk til stor forargelse’ – Sædelighed og ret i det efterreformatoriske Danmark-Norge”: Jørn Ø. Sunde (ed.): Dekalogen – ti rettshistoriske forteljingar. Bergen: Fagbokforlaget 2008, 141-156.

♦ ”The King's Power to Legislate in Twelfth- and Thirteenth Century Denmark”, i: Per Andersen, Mia Münster-Swendsen & Helle Vogt (eds): Law and Power in the Middle Ages. Proceedings of the Fourth Carlsberg Academy Conference on Medieval Legal History 2007. Copenhagen: DJØF Publisher 2008, 1-10.

♦ ””Fledføring” – Elder Care and the Protection of the Interests of the Heirs in Danish Medieval Laws”: Legal History Review 76 (2008), 273-281.

♦ ”I kongens nåde og unåde – Forvisning i Guds eller rigets tjeneste”: Trine Baumbach, Henrik Øregaard Dam & Gorm Toftegaard Nielsen (eds): Festskrift til Jørn Vestergaard. Copenhagen: DJØF Publisher 2008, 507-518.

♦ ”Indledning”, (with Ditlev Tamm): Poul Johannes Jørgensen: Dansk Strafferet fra Reformationen til Danske Lov. Ditlev Tamm & Helle Vogt (eds). Bibliotek for ret og kultur 1. Copenhagen: DJØF Publisher 2007, 7-17.

♦ ”Den juridiske undervisning ved det andet ridderlige Akademi i Sorø”: Tidsskrift for Rettsvitenskap 120:4 (2007), 579-613.

♦ ”’Al retshjælp fra kanonisk og romersk ret og al sædvane der i Danmark plejer at blive overholdt som lov ’ – Retstilstanden i Danmark i Højmiddelalderen”: Liber Amicorum Kjell Å Modéer. Lund 2007, 711-723.

♦ ”A Kingdom at the Crossroads: Denmark in the Eleventh Century”, (with Michael H. Gelting): Przemyslaw Urbanczyk (ed.): The Neighbours of Poland in the XI Century. Warszawa: Wydawnictwo DiG 2002, 49-59.

♦ ”Fuel for the Fire – Charcoal vs. Wood in Iron Production”, (with Anne Katrine Gjerløff): Lars Chr. Nørbach (ed.): Early Iron Production – Archaeology, Technology and Experiment. Århus 1997.
 

Reviews

♦ Anders Winroth, The Conversion of Scandinavia: Vikings, Merchants, and Missionaries in the Remaking of Northern Europe: Comparative Legal History 2015.

♦ Mia Korpiola, Regional Variations in Matrimonial Law and Custom in Europe, 1150-1600: History vol. 98, no. 330, 2013, 256-258.

♦ Per Andersen, Legal Procedure and Practice in Medieval Denmark: Law and History Review vol. 30, no. 2, 2012, 656-658.

♦ Hans Jacob Orning, Kim Esmark & Lars Hermanson (eds), Gaver, ritualer, konflikter − Et rettsantropologisk perspektiv på nordisk middelalderhistorie, i: Norsk Historisk Tidsskrift 90:1 (2011), 120-128.

♦ Knud Waaben: Bønder og byfolks ære. Skitser fra dansk ret- og kulturhistorie 1500-1800. Forlaget Thomson 2008: Ugeskrift for Retsvæsen 2008B.314/2.

♦ Anette Faye Jacobsen: Husbondret. Rettighedskulturer i Danmark 1750-1920. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanums Forlag 2008: Tidsskrift for Rettsvitenskap 121:4-5 (2008), 642-644.

♦ Jörn Eckert & Kjell Åke Möller (eds): Juridische Fakultäten und Juristenausbildung im Ostseeraum. Institut för Rättshistorisk Forskning grundet av Gustav och Carin Olin. Serien III, Rättshistoriska Skrifter, 6. bd., 2004: Ugeskrift for Retsvæsen 2005B.222/2.

♦ Erik Oksbjerg: Læsning i tekster fra Danmarks Middelalder. Jyske Lov, Sjællandske Krønike − Repetitioner over skitser gennem 20 år trykt som kladde. Viborg: Forlaget Nørlyng Herred. 2002: Fortid og Nutid 2004:1 (2004), 71.

♦ Marianne Johansen & Helle Halding: Thi de var af stor slægt. Om Hvideslægten og Kongemagt i Danmarks Højmiddelalder. Skippershoved 2001: 1066 – Tidsskrift for historisk forskning, 32:4 (2002).

♦ Tom Christensen & Michael Andersen (eds): Civitas Roscald − Fra byens begyndelse. Roskilde Museums Forlag 2000: Historisk Tidsskrift 101:1 (2001), 250-251.

 

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