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    • Borgström, Eva (2016)
      "Same-sex love was forbidden by law until 1944, and in culture it continued to be taboo, but it has always existed there. The prohibition created tensions which art and literature could play with. Narratives about forbidden ...
    • Berg, Annika (2019)
      "In inter-war Sweden, the psychiatric diagnosis of psychopathy served as a controversial but powerful tool for the management of people who failed to live up to contemporary civic ideals. The diagnosis was based on theories ...
    • Larsson Heidenblad, David (2021)
    • Persson, Mathias (2020)
    • Osbeck , Christina; Ingerman, Åke; Claesson, Silwa (2018)
      "In the anthology Didactic classroom studies. A potential research direction didactic classroom studies are characterized and discussed in relation to, on the one hand, didactics and, on the other hand, classroom studies. ...
    • Ekström, Simon; Kaijser , Lars (2019)
      In this volume of studies, Animal: Moments of Affect, Moments of Pain, eight ethnologists apply a cultural perspective to people’s varied and complex relationships with other species. The contributions focus on wild animals, ...
    • Sjödin, Alfred; Svensson, Jimmie (2018)
      Esaias Tegnér (1782–1846) was for a long time considered not only Sweden’s foremost poet but also a national symbol, an author who defined the characteristics of Swedish culture. Tegnér’s status as the national poet has ...
    • Erlanson, Erik; Helgason, Jon; Henning, Peter; Lindsköld, Linnéa (2020)
      "Freedom of the printed word is a defining feature of the modern world. Yet censorship and the suppression of literature never cease, and remain topical issues even in the most liberal of democracies. Today just as in the ...
    • Andersson, Maria (2021)
    • Dackling, Martin (2018)
      "The 20th century is sometimes said to be the century of the family farm. Although the countryside changed fundamentally, the farming family - consisting of husband, wife and children - is often seen as intact. However, ...
    • Stigsdotter, Ingrid (2019)
      "As film stars, actresses have throughout film history contributed to the film industry’s glamorous surface, providing audiences with visual attraction and different representations of femininity. To talk about women in ...
    • Lennartsson, Rebecka (2019)
      "One summer day in Stockholm in 1747, the carpenter's daughter Lena Cajsa Bohman faces trial for disobedience to her father. Soon, she admits to more serious crimes. A tangle of trafficking of young women is revealed. It ...
    • Magnúsdóttir, Auður; Hermanson, Lars (2016)
      "In discussions relating to their role during the Middle Ages, women are typically assumed to only have been “pawns in a political game dominated by men”, or to have primarily acted as intermediaries of power. In this book, ...
    • Jarrick, Arne (2016)
      "Interest in world history has never been greater—both among historians and the reading public. Globalization has coaxed historians out of their fixation on all things national, which has characterized historical research ...
    • Hansson, Kristofer; Irwin, Rachel (2020)
      Medical knowledge is always in motion. It moves from the lab to the office, from a press release to a patient, from an academic journal to a civil servant’s desk and then on to a policymaker. Knowledge is deconstructed, ...
    • Ljunggren, Magnus (2021)
      Nina Berberova (1901–1993) almost appears to have lived several lives. First, she was a young writer in the revolutionary Russia. Then she witnessed the hectic 1920s in Berlin and achieved her literary breakthrough in ...
    • Lövheim, Daniel (2016)
      "Scientists, engineers, and a free-choice society is a book about control, largely the governing of children and young people in Sweden and the efforts made to persuade them to choose careers—and identities—in science and ...
    • Stenfeldt, Johan (2019)
      "This study focuses on two Swedish politicians, Nils Flyg and Sven Olov Lindholm. During the interwar era, they were both leaders of various Swedish political parties; in the case of Flyg the Swedish Communist Party, and ...
    • Eriksson, Niklas (2017)
      "Riksäpplet deals with a shipwreck that has a neglected position in the grand narrative of the history of the Swedish navy. The story of its destiny and the missing accounts in scholarly and popular works in history says ...
    • Romeborn, Andreas; Bladh, Elisabeth (2019)
      The Romance languages are the Indo-European languages developed from Latin. The term "Romance Languages" also refers to the academic discipline, which studies the Romance languages and literature from the areas where the ...