The research pursued at the Department of Historical studies mainly concerns Swedish and Scandinavian issues.
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Authenticity, staging and communication. A comparative analysis of the public presentation of rock art at ten world-heritage sites at five continents. Contact persons: Anders Gustafsson & Håkan Karlsson
Forging Identities: the Mobility of Culture in Bronze Age Europe. A Marie Curie training networks projekt. (www.forging-identities.com)
AREA-projektet (Archives of the European Archaeology). Contact person: Jarl Nordbladh
Pre-Columbian land use and settlement pattern in Amazonia. Contact person: Per Stenborg
Nordic Centre for Medieval Studies 2005-2010.
(NOS-HS Nordic Centre of Excellence Programme in the Humanities and Social Sciences) The Nordic Countries and the Medieval Expansion of Europe. New Interpretations of a Common Past.
For more information, see http://www.uib.no/ncms/ Contact person: Thomas Lindkvist
The history of Orthopaedic Medicine/Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapy – a manipulated one? Contact person: Anders Ottosson
The market of Philantropy or the market’s Philantropy? Contact person: Anders Ottosson
A Jewish Web of Textiles and Connections 1782-1850. Contact persons: Anna Brismark & Pia Lundkvist
The database Sweden 1570-1805 - population, agriculture, land ownership Contact persons: Lennart Andersson Palm & Martin Linde
Steering Styrene The Swedish plastic hull industry and the implementation of environmental legislation 1951–2007: institutional and industrial change. Contact person: Lars Nyström