Swedish History of Ideas
The course is an introduction to some important ideas and thinkers in Swedish history, from Sweden’s position as a great power in the 17th century until the Welfare state in the 20th century. Included are such topics as Linneaus, Swedish conceptions of nature and Strindberg.
The course is designed to provide an initial orientation of some important themes in Swedish history of ideas from the Early Modern period onwards.
The course is based on a series of lectures or seminars addressing those themes, and on preparatory reading.
Course examination is written and/or oral.
Phone: 08-674 74 84
Visiting hours: Monday & Thursday kl. 9.30-11.30 and Thursday kl. 13.30-15.30
Phone hours:Tuesday-Wednesday kl. 13.30-15.30
Student Councellor, History of Ideas
Phone: 08-674 73 20
Visiting hours and phone hours: Tuesdays kl. 10.00–13.00
Director of Studies, History of Ideas
Phone: 08-16 14 84