In this strand work will be presented which directly concerns itself with the conference’s main theme of ‘Sagas and Space’. Here belong investigations of the construction of space as a key element of narration and representation, that is, of how space is conceptualised and depicted, in diverse Old Norse genres and traditions. As already mentioned above, such spaces may be concrete or abstract, and they may refer to various different dimensions of these representations. Possible foci of discussion could include spaces, places, locations, landscapes; the process of mapping, in all its facets, could be explored, for instance. Both theoretical-methodological work and case studies are welcome in this strand.