Introduction to Nordic History I (1000–1750), 7,5 hp (7,5 ECTS)
The course is given as full time studies (7,5 hp during five weeks) mainly during September and starts directly when the autumn semester starts. Read more about the course here.

Urbanity in pre-modern Europé 7,5 hp
In sickness and in health: ideas about medicine, the body and society in early modern Europé 7,5 hp
The two courses are both given as full time studies (7,5 hp during five weeks) mainly during September and starts directly when the autumn semester starts. (First level) You won’t be able to take both of those courses because the seminars will likely collide with each other. The courses are within a larger course Historia II, 30 hp where the main language of instruction is Swedish, but look for seminars during September with Heiko Droste as teatcher for the Urbanity-course and Charlotta Forss and Marie Eyce for the Sickness-course. In due time, you’ll find time-table “schema” and reading list “kurslitteratur” and so on here.

The Silk Road – From Birka to Beijing 7,5 hp
The course is given as full time studies (7,5 hp during five weeks) mainly during October. (First level) Like the two courses above, this course is within a larger course Historia II, 30 hp where the main language of instruction is Swedish, but look for seminars during October with Kurt Villads-Jensen as teacher. In due time, you’ll find time-table “schema” and reading list “kurslitteratur” and so on here.

Introduction to Nordic History II (1750-2015), 7,5 hp
The course is given as part-time studies (7,5 hp during ten weeks) and starts the second half (”period 2”) of the semester, mainly during November and December. (First level) more information here.

Our two second level courses (requires a Bachelor’s degree):

Global history I – climate, society, economy and governance in a long-term perspective, 7,5 hp.
The course is given as part time studies and starts in “Period 1”. (Second level) more information here.

Islamism and Ethno-nationalism in the Middle East since late 19:th Century: Interactions and Paradoxes, 7,5 hp.
The course is given as part time studies and starts in “Period 2”. (Second level) more information here.

If you would like to attend these courses as Erasmus-student, please contact our Exchange coordinator:
Andreas Bloch, andreas.bloch@historia.su.se
phone +46 8 16 34 17.

Otherwise please contact the Student affairs office: expedition@historia.su.se.