Gender & Work seminar
Unik databas ger nya kunskaper om arbetets historia
Marcus and Amalia Wallenberg foundation has awarded Maria Ågren extended funding for an additional five years as Wallenberg Scholar.
Jonas Lindström & Jan Mispelaere, “Interdependent living: Labouring families and the Swedish mining industry in the late seventeenth century”, The History of the Family 22:1 (2017)
Maria Ågren (ed.), Making a living, making a difference: Gender and work in early modern European society (Oxford University Press)
Jonas Lindström, Karin Hassan Jansson, Rosemarie Fiebranz, Benny Jacobssson & Maria Ågren, "Mistress or maid: The structure of women’s work in Sweden, 1550–1800" Continuity and Change 32:2 (2017)
Maria Ågren, "Providing Security For Others: Swedish women in early modern credit networks", i Elise Dermineur (red.), Women and Credit in Pre-Industrial Europe (Brepols, 2017)
Maria Ågren, The State as Master: Gender and work in an urban environment, 1650-1780 (Manchester University Press, 2017)