Events

2021

Dec 2. on the importance of regions in medieval and early modern scandinavia

Lecture on the importance of regional cooperation over borders during centuries, far from king’s and regulated state power. Trade brought regions together in Europe and some parts took up fights for their self-government, like a peasants-republic that was formed in the southwestern part of the Nordic Union in the 1480s. The lecture is in Ulricehamn, details and information on booking coming soon.

NOV 18. what happend to the nordic union in november 1520?

Talk on Prince of the North and how the Nordic union came to dissolve following the events of 1520 in Stockholm. How important was the execution of some opponents when they took place, and what role did they play in a larger scope of nationalistic history writing? Arranged by Folkuniversitetet in cooperation with Linköpings Slotts- och Domkyrkomuseum. For booking, see https://lsdm.se/

OCT 21. A QUEEN REGENT IN ROME

Lecture in Linköping on Queen Christina (1626–1689). Arranged by Folkuniversitetet in cooperation with Linköpings Slotts- och Domkyrkomuseum. For booking, see https://lsdm.se/

OCT 20. A RENAISSANCE PRINCE RULING ALL OF SCANDINAVIA

Lecture in Strängnäs, Prince of the North (Furste av Norden) on the last monarch of the Nordic Union, Christian II (ruled 1513–1523). Arranged by “Gustav Vasa-föreningen, Strängnäs”, for info and tickets, see https://www.gustavvasa.se/

OCT 11. EMPIRES AND AUTOCRATIC RULERS FROM ANCIENT EGYPT TO ThE FIRST WORLD WAR

Lecture in Linköping on Kings. A World History (Kungar. En världshistoria). Arranged by FAS Linköping, for booking see https://faslinkoping.se/

Oct 7. A marriage for the sake of the crown – the story of queen Margareta Eriksdotter (Leijonhufvud)

Lecture in Linköping about the noble woman Margareta Eriksdotter (Leijonhufvud) and her marriage to the Swedish king, Gustav Vasa (ruled 1523–60), in 1536. This marriage was pivotal for preserving the then new Swedish monarchy, binding the king to the nobility rather than fighting it. In cooperation with Folkuniversitetet and Linköpings Slotts- och Domkyrkomuseum. For booking, see https://lsdm.se/

Oct 5. THE COUNCIL AND the kINg

Lecture in Trollhättan, Prince of the North (Furste av Norden) on Christian II, the last monarch of the Nordic Union, 1513–1523. Arranged by “Clios vänner”, for info and tickets, see http://www.cliosvanner.nu/

SEP 23. AT WAR WITH RUSSIA, DENMARK-NORWAy AND POLAND – Charles IX and the fight for the Crown

Lecture in Linköping on Charles IX (Karl IX. Kampen om kronan). Introducing the new book, out as audiobook in July and as physical book on September 6. In cooperation with Folkuniversitetet and Linköpings Slotts- och Domkyrkomuseum. For booking, see https://lsdm.se/

2020

OCT 22 – 2020 ON TELEVISION WITH A QUEEN

Participating in Swedish Channel 4 largest history television production ever – “Queens” (Drottningarna). Tune in on October 22 at 9pm CET!

SEP 24 – 2020 POLAND’S CLAIMS ON SWEDEN

Lecture in Linköping on the battle of Stångebro just outside of the city centre in 1598. In cooperation with Folkuniversitetet and Linköpings Slotts- och Domkyrkomuseum.

APR 28 – 2020 ON AUTOCRATIC RULE: EMPRESS DOWAGER CIXI, LOUIS XIV AND Theudebert I

Swedish Radio P1 Science – History (Vetenskapsradion Historia) – participating about Kings. A World History. Tune in the radio at 28th of April at 6pm CET!

APR 16 – 2020 THREE YEARS IN THE MAKING!

Keep an eye out for the upcoming book release – three years in the making. Make sure to follow on on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter!

MAr 12 – 2020 A UNION IN DISSOLUTION

Lecture at Kalmar Castle. If you want to join, please check the lecture details on Kalmar Castle – Events.