The Department of Historical Studies provides a meeting place for students and researchers interested in the subjects of Ancient History, Archaeology and History. Research conducted at the department focuses on human societies from the Paleolithic to the modern era. Departmental researchers include experts in both prehistorical and historical periods, such as the European Bronze Age, Ancient Greece and Rome, and the Nordic Middle Ages.
Other research expertise includes pre-industrial agricultural society, and modern social and political processes. A number of research projects centre on Sweden or the other Nordic countries, but several also encompass non-European areas, such as the Incas and the Mediterranean region in Antiquity.
The three subjects offer their own courses and degrees from the undergraduate to the PhD level. These subjects are also included in interdisciplinary education programmes. In addition, the department offers a programme for future history teachers.
For more information about our subjects, please visit their webpages:
[12 Dec 2016]
[30 Nov 2016]
[19 May 2016]
5 Apr at 10:00 AM [Lecture]
5 Apr at 1:15 PM [Seminar]
27 Apr at 10:15 AM [Lecture open to the general public]