Eva Blomberg

Samhällets fiende: Stripakonflikten 1925-27, Stockholm 1993.

Män i mörker. Arbetsgivare, reformister och syndikalister. Politik och identitet i svensk gruvindustri 1910-1940, Stockholm 1995.

Vill ni se en stjärna…? Kön, kropp och kläder i Filmjournalen 1912-1953, Lund 2006

Hallonlandet. Trädgårdens odling under 200 år, Lund 2012.

Det går an. Jämställldhetsombudsmannen 1980-2009, Lund kommande april 2015

Blomberg, Eva, Hedlund, Gun & Wottle, Martin (red.) Kvinnors företagande – mål eller medel? Stockholm 2011.

Blomberg, Eva & Niskanen, Kirsti (red.), Arbete och jämställdhet – femtio år av förändringar. SNS: Stockholm 2013.

Blomberg, Eva, Waldemarson, Ylva & Wottle, Martin, ”Jämställdhet i vår tid”, i Östberg, Kjell, Ivarsson, Anders & Waldemarson, Ylva (red.) Det långa 1900-talet. När Sverige förändrades. Borea 2014

Blomberg, Eva, Waldemarson, Ylva & Zvinkliene, Alina, “Gender Equality Policies; Swedish and Lithuanian Experiences of Nordic Ideas”, i Götz, Norbert (ed.)

The Sea of Identities. A Century of Baltic and East European Experiences with Nationality, Class, and Gender. Södertörn Academic Studies 60, 2014.

Ainur Elmgren

Elmgren, A (2015), ‘The Nordic Ideal: Openness and Populism According to the Finns Party’. N Götz & C Marklund (eds), The Paradox of Openness Transparency and Participation in Nordic Cultures of Consensus, 6, International Studies in Sociology and Social Anthropology, no. 126, Brill 2015, s. 91-119.

Elmgren, A (2013), ‘Power and Society in Finland: Change and Continuity’.Journal of Contemporary European Studies, vol 21, no. 3, pp. 397-412.

Elmgren, A (2013), ‘The Jesuit Stereotype: An Image of the Universal Enemy in Finnish Nationalism’. in YM Werner & J Harvard (eds), European Anti-Catholicism in a Comparative and Transnational Perspective. European Studies, vol. 31, Rodopi, Amsterdam – New York, pp. 191-205.

Elmgren, A (2008), Den allrakäraste fienden: Svenska stereotyper i finländsk press 1918-1939. 1 edn, Sekel Förlag, Lund.

Elmgren, A (2006), ‘Den allrakäraste fienden – Sverige som hot och hopp i mellankrigstidens Finland’. in K-G Karlsson, E-H Ulvros & U Zander (eds),Historieforskning på nya vägar. Nordic Academic Press, Lund.

Petri Karonen

Finnish Business: Rooted in Social Capital over the Centuries. In The Road to Prosperity. An Economic History of Finland (With Jari Ojala). Edited by Jari Ojala, Jari Eloranta and Jukka Jalava. Suomalaisen Kirjallisuuden Seuran Toimituksia 1076. Editor-in-chief Jari Ojala. SKS: Jyväskylä 2006, pp. 93–125, 316.

Coping with Peace after a Debacle: the Crisis of the Transition to Peace in Sweden after the Great Northern War (1700–1721). Scandinavian Journal of History 2008: 3, pp. 203–225.

The Council of the Realm and the Quest for Peace in Sweden, 1718–1721. In Hopes and Fears for the Future in Early Modern Sweden, 1500–1800. Ed. Petri Karonen. Studia Historica 79. Finnish Literature Society: Tampere 2009, pp. 262–287.

The Swedish Diet as a Forum for Gathering Commercial and Political Information. – Pasi Ihalainen, Michael Brensgbo, Karin Sennefelt, Patrik Winton (eds.), Scandinavia in the Age of Revolutions. Nordic Political Cultures, 1740–1820. Ashgate: Cornwall 2011, pp. 229–239.

Petri Karonen y Antero Holmila, La guerra y la paz en la historia de Finlandia: 1590–1950. Istor 48 (2012) (War and Peace in the History of Finland: Social and Political Impacts in Longue Durée, 1590–1956). – With Antero Holmila, pp. 68–94.

Five Centuries of Violence in Finland and the Baltic Area. Publications of the History of Criminality Research Project. With Heikki Ylikangas and Martti Lehti. Edited by Mirkka Lappalainen. Helsinki 1998 (275 p.). – Ohio State University Press (Columbus) has published monograph in United States in 2001 with name Ylikangas, Heikki, Karonen, Petri, Lehti, Martti, Five Centuries of Violence in Finland and the Baltic Area. With a Foreword by Eric H. Monkkonen. The History of Crime and Criminal Justice Series. Ohio State University Press. Columbus 2001 (195 p.).

Pohjoinen suurvalta. Ruotsi ja Suomi 1521–1809. Juva 1999 (533 p.) (Northern Great Power. Sweden and Finland, 1521–1809). The second edition published in 2001 (Juva 2001, 533 p); the third, reviewed edition published in 2008. WS Bookwell OY, Juva 552 p. The fourth, revised edition published in 2014. Kirjokansi 63. SKS: Riika (552 p).

Patruunat ja poliitikot. Yritysjohtajien taloudellinen ja yhteiskunnallinen toiminta Suomessa 1600–1920. Historiallisia Tutkimuksia 217. SKS: Tampere 2004 (373 p.). – ref. (English summary: Masters and Politicians: Business Managers as Economic and Political Actors in Finland, 1600–1920).

Kun sota on ohi. Sodista selviytymisen ongelmia ja niiden ratkaisumalleja 1900-luvulla. Petri Karonen ja Kerttu Tarjamo (eds.). Historiallinen Arkisto 124. SKS: Helsinki (409 pp.) – ref. (English summary: When the war is over. Management of the aftermath of wars and models of solving post war challenges in the 20th century).

Petri Karonen, Antti Räihä (toim.), Kansallisten instituutioiden muotoutuminen. Suomalainen historiakuva Oma Maa -kirjasarjassa 1900–1960. Historiallisia Tutkimuksia 267. SKS: Hansaprint Oy, Vantaa 2014 (458 s.) – ref. (English summary: The construction of national institutions: The Finnish interpretation of history in a series of nonfiction books entitled Oma Maa, 1900−1960).

Janne Holmén

Holmén, Janne, 2006: Den politiska läroboken: bilden av USA och Sovjetunionen i norska, svenska och finländska läroböcker under Kalla Kriget. Summary: Political textbooks: the depiction of the USA and the Soviet Union in Norwegian, Swedish and Finnish schoolbooks during the Cold War. Uppsala: Studia Historica Upsaliensia.

Holmén, Janne & Edquist, Samuel, 2015: Islands of Identity. Södertörns högskola. (Publiceras i början av februari.)

Holmén, Janne, 2011: ”Nation Building in Kenyan Secondary School Textbooks” in Education Inquiry vol.2 no.1. pp. 79-91. Umeå University.

Holmén, Janne, 2014: ”A Small Separate Fatherland of our Own” in Island Studies Journal vol.9 no.1 pp. 135‑154. Institute of Island Studies, University of Prince Edward Island, Canada.

Holmén, Janne, 2009: ”Vikingatid och medeltid i åländsk historieskrivning”, Tankar om ursprung, ed. S. Edquist, L. Hermansson & S. Johansson, pp. 311‑328.

Holmén, Janne, 2009: ”Historiens roll i byggandet av en åländsk nationell identitet”, Tiedepolitiikka, no. 4, 2009, pp. 31‑36. (Bygger på föreläsning vid konferensen “Faller den nationella identiteten?” i Helsingfors 9-10.10.2009).

Holmén, Janne & Edquist, Samuel, 2012: ”Identities and History Writing on Islands in the Baltic Sea” in From One Island to Another: A Celebration of Island Connections. Karin Topsø Larsen (ed.) Bornholm: CRT-ISISA. pp. 73‑82.

Holmén, Janne, 2009: Finlands okända historia. Den svenska tiden 1150-1809. Magma studie 2, 2009, 117 pp. Med finskspråkig sammanfattning.

Holmén, Janne, 2011: ”Historia” i Larsson, Esbjörn & Westberg, Johannes (ed.), 2011: Utbildningshistoria. Lund: Studentlitteratur. pp. 199‑208.

Holmén, Janne, 2013: ”Humorn som vapen under Kalla Kriget” i Niklas Ericsson (ed.) Samband Historia Tema. Stockholm: Sanoma utbildning. pp. 110–112.

Anu Koivunen

“The Promise of Touch: turns to affect in feminist film theory”. In Laura Mulvey & Anna Backmann Rogers (eds) Feminisms. The Key Debates Vol. 5. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press (forthcoming 2015).

“Hela folkets teater? Televisionsteatrarna i Finland från 1960-talet till 1980-talet Hela folkets teater? Televisionsteatrarna i Finland från 1960-talet till 1980-talet”. In: Juhani Wiio (ed.) Den finska televisionens milstolpar. Program och programproduktion under fem årtionden. Göteborg: Nordicom, 2014, 165–175.

“Uncanny motions: facing death, morphing life” in Discourse: Journal for Theoretical Studies in Media and Culture 35:2 (Spring 2013), 248–262.

“Talking Heads, Imagined Communities: Steam of Life and the Affective Politics of Intimate Documentary”, Journal of Scandinavian Cinema, 2:2, 2012, 97–112.

“Force of Affects, Weight of Histories in Love is a Treasure (2002). In: Carnal Aesthetics: Transgressive Body Imagery and Feminist Politics, edited by Bettina Papenburg and Marta Zarzycka. London: I.B. Tauris, 2012, 89–101.

“Party Apps and Other Citizenship Calls”, in Moving Data. The iPhone and My Media, edited by Pelle Snickars & Patrick Vonderau. Columbia University Press 2012, 223–237.

“An Affective Turn? Reimagining the subject of feminist theory”, in Marianne Liljeström & Susanna Paasonen (eds) Disturbing Differences: Working with Affect in Feminist Readings. London: Routledge 2010, 8-28.

“Confessions of a Free Woman: telling feminist stories in postfeminist media culture”, Journal of Aesthetics & Culture, Vol. 1, 2009 DOI: 10.3402/jac.v1i0.4644

“Soulfulness, Sichtbarkeit and the Sexual Politics of National Cinema”, in Tytti Soila (ed.): Stellar Encounters: Stardom in Popular European Cinema (London: John Libbey Publ, 2009.), 2009.)

“Do you remember Monrépos?: Melancholia, Modernity and Working-Class Masculinity in The Man Without a Past (Aki Kaurismäki 2002)” in Claire Thomsen (ed.) Northern Constellations.New Readings in Nordic Cinema. London, Norvik Press 2006, 133-148.

Performative Histories, Foundational Fictions. Gender and Sexuality in Niskavuori Films. Studia Fennica Historica. Finnish Literature Society, Helsinki, 2003. 425 s. Doctoral dissertation.

Henrik Meinander

  1. Towards a Bourgeois Manhood: Boys’ Physical Education in Nordic Secondary Schools 1880-1940, The Finnish Society of Sciences and Letters 47:1994, Helsingfors 1994, 250 p. (Diss.)
  2. Finlands historia, del 4, Schildts: Esbo 1999, pp. 33-560; New edition: Republiken Finland igår och idag. Finlands historia från inbördeskriget till 2012, SETS: Helsingfors 2012, 560 p; Translation: Tasavallan tiellä: Suomi Kansalaissodasta 2000-luvulle, Schildts: Espoo 1999, 543 p. Translation by Paula Autio; New edition: SETS: Helsinki 2012, 559 p.
  3. “Sharp Trends, Soft Turnings. Remarks on Finnish historical research in the twentieth century”, in Frank Meyer & Jan Eivind Myhre (red), Nordic Historiography in the 20th Century: An Anthology, Oslo 2000, pp. 185-207.
  4. “On the Brink or In-between? The Conception of Europe in Finnish identity”, in Mikael af Malmborg & Bo Stråth (eds), The Meaning of Europe. Variety and Contention within and among Nations, Berg: Oxford 2002, pp. 149-168.
  5. Finlands historia: Linjer, strukturer, vändpunkter, Söderströms: Helsingfors & Atlantis: Stockholm 2006, 261 p. Revised editions 2008, paperback 2010, New edition, hardback SETS: Helsingfors 2014, 330 p. – Translations: Suomen historia: Linjat, rakenteet, käännekohdat, WSOY: Helsinki 2006, 256 p. Translation by Paula Autio. Revised paperback 2010; New edition, hardback 2014, SETS: Helsinki 2014, 326 p; История Финляндии. Пер. со шв. М., Весь мир, 2008, 238 p. (Istorija Finlandii, Moskva, Ves Mir, 2008). Translation by Zinaida Lindén; Історія Фінляндії: Лінії, структури, переломні моменти, Літературна агенція «Піраміда»: Львів 2009, 213 p. (Istorija Finljandiji: Linii, strukturii, perelomni momentii, Literaturna ahentsija ”Piramida”: Lviv 2009). Translation by Natalia Ivanitjuk; A History of Finland, Hurst: London 2011, 227 p. Translation by Tom Geddes; Soome ajalugu: Suundumused, pohijooned ja pöördepunktid, Ilmamaa: Tartu 2012, 270 p. Translation by Sirje Olesk. Somijas Vesture: Linija, strukturas, paversienpunkti, Jumava: Riga 2013, 214 p. Translation by Rute Ledina.
  6. Kekkografi och andra historiska spånor, Söderströms: Helsingfors 2008, 302 p. – Translation: Kekkografia: Historiaesseitä, Siltala: Helsinki 2010, 229 p. Translation by Matti Kinnunen.
  7. Finland 1944: Krig, samhälle, känslolandskap, Söderströms: Helsingfors 2009, 428 p. – Translations: Suomi 1944: Sota, yhteiskunta, tunnemaisema, Siltala: Helsinki 2009, 428 p. Translation by Paula Autio; 2nd edition, Siltala: Helsinki 2012, 428 p; Фінляндія, 1944: війна, суспільство, настрої, Видавництво Темпора 2010, 294 p. (Finl’andija, 1944: Vijna, suspil’stvo, nastroji, Tempora: Kiev 2010). Translation by Oleh Korol; Фінляндія, 1944 год, Пер. со шв. М., Весь мир, 2014 (Finlandia, 1944 god, Ves Mir 2014) 346 p. Translation by Zinaida Lindén.
  8. “Finland and the Great Powers in World War II: Ideologies, Geopolitics, Diplomacy”, in Tiina Kinnunen – Ville Kivimäki (eds.), Finland in World War II: History, Memory, Interpretations, Brill: Leiden 2011, pp 49-91.
  9. ”A Separate Story? Interpretations of Finland in the Second World War”, in Henrik Stenius, Mirja Österberg & Johan Östling (eds.), Nordic Narratives of the Second World War: National Historiographies Revisited, Nordic Academic Press: Lund 2011, pp 55-77.
  10. “Nature Boys, Supermen, Fanatics: Perspectives on Finnishness in Three Sports Novels”, The International Journal of History of Sport 12/2012, pp 1744-1758.

Torbjörn Nilsson

Elitens svängrum. Första kammaren, staten och moderniseringen 1867–1886, 1994.

“Scandinavian Liberalism — Prophets instead of Profits”, in Öystein Sörensen & Bo Stråth (ed.), The Cultural Construction of Norden, 1997.

Mellan arv och utopi. Moderata vägval under hundra år, 1904–2004, 2004.

”Den politiska kulturen”, i Jacob Christensson (red.), Det moderna genombrottet. Signums svenska kulturhistoria, del VII, 2008.

Hundra år av svensk politik, 2009.

Norden runt i tvåhundra år. Jämförande studier om liberalism, konservatism och historiska myter, 2010.

”Politikens tjänstemän. Stadens glömda makthavare”, i Torbjörn Nilsson (red.), Stockholm blir välfärdsstad. Kommunalpolitik i huvudstaden efter 1945, 2011

Statsministern (tillsammans med fotograf Henrik Montgomery), 2011.

”1809 och de moderna svenska byråkraterna”, i Bård Frydenlund & Odd Arvid Storsveen (red.), Veivalg for Norden, 2013

”Nyliberalismens spöke och Moderaternas politik”, i Anders Ivarsson Westerberg, Ylva Waldemarson & Kjell Östberg (red.), Det långa 1990-talet. När Sverige förändrades, 2014.

Staden mellan vågorna. Stockholmspolitik i brytningstider 1945–2014, 2014.

Jari Ojala

  1. Yasushi Tanaka, Toshiaki Tamaki, Jari Ojala, Jari Eloranta (eds), Comparing Post War Japanese and Finnish Economies and Societies. Longitudinal perspectives. Routledge Studies in the Modern World Economy. Abingdon: Roudledge 2015. ISBN 978-0-415-65620-7 (HB). 280 pp. Ref
  2. Lamberg, Juha-Antti, Jari Ojala, Mirva Peltoniemi and Timo Särkkä (eds.), The Evolution of Global Paper Industry 1800–2050: A Comparative Analysis. World Forests Vol. 17. Dordrecht: Springer 2012. ISBN- 978-94-007-5430-0 (HB). 378 pp. Ref.
  3. Leos Müller and Jari Ojala (eds.) Information flows. New Approaches in the Historical Study of Business Information. Studia Historica 74. ISBN 978-951-746-941-8. Helsinki: SKS 2007, 311 pp. Ref.
  4. Jari Ojala (editor-in-chief), Jari Eloranta, and Jukka Jalava (eds.) The Road to Prosperity: An Economic History of Finland. Suomalaisen Kirjallisuuden Seuran Toimituksia 1076. ISBN 951-746-818-0. Helsinki: SKS 2006. 343 pp.
  5. Juha-Antti Lamberg, Juha Näsi, Jari Ojala, and Pasi Sajasalo, The Evolution of Competitive Strategies in Global Forestry Industries: Comparative Perspectives. World Forests Vol. IV. Dordrecht: Springer 2006. ISBN-10 1-4020-4015-6 (HB). 317 pp. Ref.
  6. Jari Ojala, Pirita Frigren, Jari Eloranta, Lönade det sig att gå till sjöss? Arbetarnas löner till sjöss och på land i 1800-talets Sverige och Finland. Historisk Tidskrift (Sverige) 134 (3), 2014, 434 – 461, ref
  7. Juha-Antti Lamberg, Arjo Laukia, and Jari Ojala, The anatomy and causal structure of a corporate myth: Nokia by the book. Management and Organizational History, 9 (3), 2014, 235-255. Ref.
  8. Jari Ojala, Jaakko Pehkonen, and Jari Eloranta, Desertions in nineteenth-century shipping: modelling quit behaviour. European Review of Economic History 17 (1), 2013, pp. 122-140, Ref.
  9. Joonas Järvinen, Juha-Antti Lamberg, Johan-Peter Murmann, and Jari Ojala, Alternative Paths to Competitive Advantage: A Fuzzy-Set Analysis of the Origins of Large Firms. Industry & Innovation, 16 (6), 2009, pp. 545-574, Ref. (Article was awarded for the Carolyn Dexter Award (“best foreign paper”) in 2009 Academy of Management Annual Meeting (August 7-11, 2009 – Chicago, Illinois, USA)
  10. Jari Ojala and Vilma Luoma-aho, Stakeholder relations as social capital in early modern international trade. Business History Vol. 50, No. 6, 2008, pp. 749—764, Ref.

Matti Roitto

“The atomic question of 1945–1946 as an attempt of parliamentarization of British foreign policy”, Special issue of “Parliamentary History”.  Forthcoming in 2015.

“Valkoista paperia kloorilla” Teoksessa “Patruuna-ajasta Euroopan reunalle” Kuusankoski, Paperiliiton osasto 19, 2006, p.104–119.

Oula Silvennoinen

Pohjonen, J. & Silvennoinen, O.: Tuntematon Lauri Törni, (Helsinki: Otava, 2013), 416 p.

Silvennoinen, O.: Paperisydän: Gösta Serlachiuksen elämä, (Helsinki: Siltala, 2012), 547 p. Silvennoinen, O.: Pappershjärtat. Gösta Serlachius liv, (Helsinki: Siltala, 2013) (C1)

Silvennoinen, O.: Salaiset aseveljet: Suomen ja Saksan turvallisuuspoliisiyhteistyö 1933-1944, (Helsinki: Otava, 2008), 477 p. In German: Silvennoinen, O.: Geheime Waffenbrüderschaft: Die sicherheitspolizeiliche Zusammenarbeit zwischen Finnland und Deutschland 1933-1944, Veröffentlichungen der Forschungsstelle Ludwigsburg der Universität Stuttgart 17, (Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 2010), 384 p.

Silvennoinen, O.: “Kumpujen yöhön”, Näre, S. & Kirves, J. (eds.): Luvattu maa. Suur-Suomen unelma ja unohdus (Helsinki: Johnny Kniga, 2014).

Silvennoinen, O. & Holmila, A.: “Holocaust Historiography in Finland”, Scandinavian Journal of History 2011/5, p. 605-619.

Silvennoinen, O.: “Still Under Examination: Coming to Terms with Finland’s Alliance with Nazi Germany”, Yad Vashem Studies, 37/2, 2009, p. 67-92.

Silvennoinen, O.: “Janus of the North?: Finland 1940-1944” Gilmour, J. & Stephenson, J. (ed.): Hitler’s Scandinavian Legacy, (London: Bloomsbury, 2013), p. 129-144.

Silvennoinen, O.: “Finland, the ‘Vernichtungskrieg’ and the Holocaust”, Seeberg, M. L., Levin, I. & Lenz, C. (eds.): The Holocaust as Active Memory: The Past in the Present, (Farnham: Ashgate, 2013), p. 153-164.

Silvennoinen, O.: “Limits of Intentionality: Soviet Prisoners of War and Civilian Internees in Finnish Custody”, Kinnunen, T. & Kivimäki, V. (eds.): Finland in World War II, History of Warfare 69, (Leiden: Brill, 2012), p. 355-394.

Silvennoinen, O.: “Those Twelve: Deportations of Jews from Finland 1941-1942”, Muir, S. & Worthen, H. (eds.): Finland’s Holocaust: Silences of History, (Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013) 26 p.

Kjell Östberg

1990 Byråkrati and reformism (Bureacracy and Reformism), Arkiv förlag

1996 Kommunerna och den svenska modellen (Local Politics and the Swedish Model), Symposion förlag

1997 Efter rösträtten. Kvinnors utrymme efter det demokratiska genombrottet (After Suffrage: Women’s Space after the Break-Through of Demcoracy), Symposion förlag

2002 När allting var in rörelse, 60-talsradikaliseringen och de sociala rörelserna (When Everything Was in Movement: The Radicalization of the 1960s and the Social Movements), Prisma förlag

2004, co-editor with Yvonne Svanström, Än män då, (And What About Men), Atlas förlag

2007, co-editor with Harriet Jones and Nico Randeraad, Contemporary history on trial: Europe since 1989 and the role of the expert historian, Manchester University Press

2008 I takt med tiden. Olof Palme 1927-1969, (A Man for his TIme. Olof Palme 1926-1989). Leopard förlag

2009 När vinden vände. Olof Palme 1969-1986, Leopard förlag

2013 Sverige historia 1965-2012, (The History of Sweden 1965-2012), Norstedts förlag