Łukasz Neubauer is a Tolkien scholar from Poland. He received his PhD in English philology from the University of Łódź. He is a researcher and lecturer at the University of Koszalin, Poland, where he teaches courses on J.R.R. Tolkien, Old English literature, and Arthurian romances. In addition to publishing numerous articles on medieval, as well as Christian, influences and resonances in The Lord of the Rings.
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- 2013: Cormarë 29: O What a Tangled Web
- "'He has gone to God glory seeking': Tolkien's Critique of the Northern Courage and Rejection of the Traditional Heroic Ethos in The Homecoming of Beorhtnoth Beorhthelm's Son"
- 2015: Aiglos 20
- "Reinterpretation of the heroic ideal in Tolkien’s writings on the basis of selected fragments of The Lord of the Rings"
- "An interview with Thomas Honegger"
- "Report from Medieval Fantasy Symposium 2014 in Unieście, Poland"
- 2016: Lembas Extra 2016: Tolkien Among Scholars
- "The Homecoming of Beorhtnoth as a Dialectic Attempt to Capture the Essence of the 'Northern Heroic Spirit'"
- 2016: Cormarë 35: Laughter in Middle-earth
- "Plain Ignorance in the Vulgar Form: Tolkien's Onomastic Humour in Farmer Giles of Ham"
- 2016: Hither Shore 13
- "Behind the Names of Torhthelm and Tídwald: Tolkien's Onomastic Imagination in The Homecoming of Beorhtnoth Beorhthelm's Son"
- 2019: Cormarë 40: Sub-creating Arda
- "Absence of gods vs. Absence of God: The Spiritual Landscapes of J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth and George R.R. Martin's Westeros"
- 2019: Cormarë 41: "Something Has Gone Crack"
- "'Worried by Silence': Some Possible Resonances of Combat-related Stress in The Lord of the Rings"
- 2019: Lembas Extra 2019: The World Tolkien Built
- "'This local family game played in the country just round us': Some Remarks Concerning the Genesis of Farmer Giles of Ham"
- 2020: Cormarë 44: Middle-earth, or There and Back Again
- "'You cannot pass': Tolkien's Christian Reinterpretation of the Traditional Germanic Ideals of Heroism and Loyalty in The Lord of the Rings"
- 2021: Journal of Inklings Studies, Volume 11, Nº2.
- "'The Eagles are coming!': A pneumatological reinterpretation of the Old Germanic 'beasts of battle'"
- 2021: Cormarë 45: Tolkien and the Classical World
- "Less Consciously at First but More Consciously in the Revision: Plato's Ring of Gyges as a Putative Source of Inspiration for Tolkien's Ring of Power"
- 2022: Lembas Extra 2022: Númenor
- "A Biblical gloss to the witnesses of Manwë"