Gender and Work

Gender and Work

A Research and Digitization Project at the Department of History

Events

Marcus and Amalia Wallenberg foundation has awarded Maria Ågren extended funding for an additional five years as Wallenberg Scholar.

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New publications

Sofia Ling, Konsten att försörja sig. Kvinnors arbete i Bokomslag Konsten att försörja sigStockholm 1650–1750 (Stockholmia, 2016)

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, "Vad gjorde de obesuttna? En verbnriktad studie av några västmanländska 1600-talskällor med stöd av databasen GaW"

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)

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