Here you find information about activities organized by the DigitalHistory@Lund platform (e.g., seminars, workshops, conferences, outreach events), and news about platform projects and members.

November 2023

The Swedish Research council awarded the project De stridbara svenskarna. Konfliktrepertoarer och demokratisering i Sverige, 1820–1939 three years financing to start in january 2024.

November 2022

The 5th Digital History in Sweden was held at Biskopshuset in Lund.

September 2022

Kajsa Weber and the Swedish National Library hosted a conference around the Swedish Retrospective Natiolan Bibliography.

August 2022

Kajsa Weber has won an initiation grant from RJ for the project Svensk retrospektiv nationalbibliografi (SRNB), 1483–1599.

June 2022

Betto van Waarden has been awarded a Senior Postdoctoral Fellowship by the Research Foundation Flanders for the project Democracy Extended or Imperilled by Technology? How British, Canadian, and Australian parliamentarians’ changing conceptions of the past and future transformed television regulation, 1950-1980’.

May 2022

The European Commission has granted funding for the Horizon Twinning project EUROPAST: Facing the Past. Public History for a Stronger Europe. Lund University and DigitalHistory@Lund is one of four partners, along with Vilnius University, University of Luxembourg's Centre for Contemporary and Digital History, and the Leibniz Centre for Contemporary History Potsdam.

April 2022

Kajsa Weber has won a grant from LU Innovation for the project SRNB – en databas för svenskt digitaliserat tryck.

November 2022

Sune Bechmann Pedersen has won a grant from the Swedish Research Council for the project Tourism Governance and the Making of Europe (1918–1957).

October 2021

A research team led by Samuel Rubenson has won a grant from RJ for the project Authority, community and individual freedom - Latin monastic culture and the roots of European educational ideals. 

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