Uppsala Higher Seminars in Agrarian History

Last changed: 31 August 2022

Programme for the autumn semester 2022.

For further information, please contact: Martin Andersson, Postdoctor, +46704258675, send an e-mail to: martin.a.andersson@slu.se

For some of the seminars there will be papers to read ahead - please contact Martin Andersson if you are interested.

All seminars will be held digitally, in Zoom. For zoom link - please contact Martin Andersson.

Wednesday 7 September 13:00–15:00

Jakob Starlander (PhD Student at Division of Agrarian History, SLU)
Slutseminarium. Opponent: Jonas Lindström,  Uppsala Universitet

Wednesday 21 September 14:00–16:00

Karin Holmgren (Professor at Division of Agrarian History, SLU)
What about the history of climate and society? Getting back to research after six years of absence
The seminar will be in Swedish

Wednesday 5 October 14:00–16:00

Petri Talvitie (Researcher, Economic and Social history, University of Helsinki)
Rural Workers and Casual Labour Markets in Eastern Finland, 1822–1862
The seminar will be in English

Wednesday 19 October 14:00–16:00

Markus Hansen (PhD Student in History at Lund University)
Agricultural Reform as Idea and Practice in Denmark: The Early Phase, 1720-1770

Wednesday 2 November 14:00–16:00

Olov Lund (PhD i Economic History at Stockholm University)
Avhandlingspresentation: Nätverksstaten. Statsbildningsprocesser och rumsliga praktiker i senmedeltidens Sverige ca 1440–1520

Wednesday 16 November 14:00–16:00

Christian Rohr (Full Professor for Environmental and Climate History, University of Bern)
Protective forests towards avalanches in the Swiss and Austrian Alps in a longue durée perspective
The seminar will be in English

Wednesday 30 November 14:00–16:00

Mathias Mølbak Ingholt (Ph.D. at Roskilde University)
Agricultural revolution, demographic change, or medical modernization? The disappearance of malaria from Denmark
The seminar will be in English

Wednesday 14 December 14:00–16:00

Martin Andersson (Division of Agrarian History, SLU)
1500-talets befolkningsgeografi