Gender and Work
The research project "Gender and Work" is financed by the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation through a Wallenberg Scholar grant. 




Welcome to the Department of History!

Despite talk of "history-of" of our time, there are many who are interested in history. Anyone who does not just want to know what happened but also want to understand why, should have great pleasure in reading history as a university discipline. At the Department of History, one can study the changes that affected the development of society, both in our own country and internationally.
One can also gain a better understanding of the past economic, social and political systems. You learn to critically select facts from sources and historical literature, and compile them into an explanation of a sequence of events. The analysis mainly concerns the interplay between economic, social and political change, but ideological and cultural phenomena are also studied, as well as push factors, firstly as a result of phenomena.


Craig Kelly ventilerar ett avhandlingsavsnitt.
2015-05-13, Doktorandseminariet

Media och samverkan

24UNT möter Mia Skott del 1 och 2. Interview with Mia Skott 24UNT. 2015-04-17.
Populärkultur på Museer - Populism eller Mångfald. Offentligt förtroendeuppdrag Alexander Engström Museet - Ett nav i Demokratin Museernas Vårmöte 2015. 2015-04-16.
En författare - en bok. Interview with Heléne Lööw SVT. 2015-04-03.



Honorary Doctor Amanda Vickery's public lecture 29 January 2015, at the Dep. of History, Uppsala University: "Reputation Management in Eighteenth-Century England: Angelica Kauffman, the Women and the Men" (part 1 and part 2).

24UNT möter Mia Skott del 1 och 2. Interview with Mia Skott 24UNT. 2015-04-17.


The Department of History | Thunbergsvägen 3A | Box 628, S-751 26 Uppsala, Sweden | telephone +46 18 471 15 26 | fax +46 18 471 15 28 | e-mail