History of Knowledge seminar series @LUCK

The Lund Centre for the History of Knowledge (LUCK) will offer a seminar series this spring and we are very happy to invite you to join us.

Registration is not required but please contact johan.ostling@hist.lu.se to receive a Zoom link.

14 February, 13.15–15.00 (LUX:A332 & Zoom)
Discussion (in Swedish) of the forthcoming book The History of Knowledge (Cambridge Elements) by Johan Östling and David Larsson Heidenblad
Invited commentators: Anna Nilsson Hammar (Lund) and Martin Ericsson (Lund)
Jointly organized with Higher Seminar in History

15 March, 14.15–17.30 (LUX:B251)
LUCK’s Visiting Fellowship Programme – Presentations of New Research
Eva Andersen (Antwerp), Marina Bezzi (Brasília), Anne Brædder (Roskilde), Valentina Mann (Cambridge/Florence) and Thomas Ruoss (Zurich)

21 March, 17.15–19.00 (LUX:B152)
Lecture: Entangled Perspectives: Media Echoes in a Communication History of Early Modern Europe
Daniel Bellingradt (Augsburg)
Jointly organized with Book History, History of Ideas and Media History

22 March, 13.15–15.00 (LUX:C436 & Zoom)
Seminar: Reconstructing the Early Modern News World: Urban Space, Political Conflict, and Local Publishing in Hamburg
Daniel Bellingradt (Augsburg)
Jointly organized with Book History, History of Ideas and Media History

19 April, 15.15–17.00 (LUX:C436 & Zoom)
Att fostra läsare: Läsningens politiska historia i Sverige 1945–2022
Åse Hedemark (Uppsala) and Linnea Lindsköld (Borås)
Jointly organized with Book History and Information Studies.

3 May, 10.15–12.00 (Zoom)
The History of Knowledge and the History of Education: New Thematic Journal Issues
Joel Barnes (Queensland), Mette Buchardt (Aalborg), Björn Lundberg (Lund) and Tamson Pietsch (Sydney)

Time zone: CET/CEST

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