We are very happy to announce that the Lund Centre for the History of Knowledge (LUCK) will be opened in March 2020 at the Department of History, Lund University.
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History of Knowledge seminar series spring 2020
Due to current circumstances the upcoming seminars this spring are cancelled.
Visiting Fellowship Programme in the History of Knowledge
We hereby launch the Visiting Fellowship Programme in the History of Knowledge. Each semester, we invite scholars to join us in our research environment at Lund to present their ongoing projects and help us to develop the history of knowledge. Welcome to apply!
First Master Thesis in History of Knowledge@Lund
In June 2019, Måns Ahlstedt Åberg graduated from the master’s programme in history at Lund. His thesis, “The Circulating Race Knowledge: The Interaction between the State’s Institue for Race Biology and the Swedish General Public 1922—1935 from a history of knowledge perspective”, is the first one in Lund to adopt—and develop—history of knowledge perspectives. In…
History of Knowledge seminar series: autumn 2019
The autumn seminar series has been finalized and we are happy to invite you to a number of interesting seminars. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
On the Margins of Knowledge
Laura Skouvig and Maria Simonsen report from the Gewina Woudschoten Conference in Zeist.
Elaine Leong gives lecture on “Books, Medicine and the Household” on 29th May
On the 29th May we are very happy to welcome Elaine Leong from Max-Planck-Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte who will visit our seminar and give a lecture titled “Books, Medicine and the Household: Tracing Knowledge Itineraries in Early Modern England”. Elaine Leong has a doctorate from the University of Oxford and is currently working at the Max…
Visiting gloknos at CRAASH
On 2 May, Johan Östling presents his ongoing research at the Centre for Global Knowledge Studies (gloknos), CRAASH, University of Cambridge. As a part of their annual lecture series, he will discuss “Circulating Public Knowledge: Towards a New History of the Postwar Humanities”. The Centre for Global Knowledge Studies (gloknos) was founded by Dr. Inanna…