| 
  • If you are citizen of an European Union member nation, you may not use this service unless you are at least 16 years old.

  • Files spread between Dropbox, Google Drive, Gmail, Slack, and more? Dokkio, a new product from the PBworks team, integrates and organizes them for you. Try it for free today.

View
 

8 Sources on Danish Historiography

Page history last edited by Cherine Munkholt 9 months, 1 week ago

 

Historiography:

 

 

Berenstein, Tatiana B. (1986) "The Historiographic treatment of the abortive attempt to deport the Danish Jews" Yad Vashem Studies 17, Jerusalem pp. 181-218

 

Brudholm, Thomas(2007?) “A Light in the Darkness? Philosophical Reflections on Historians’ Assessments of the Rescue of the Jews in Denmark in October 1943”, in R.M. Schott & K. Klercke (eds.), Philosophy on the Border, (Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press)

 

Bryld, Claus (2007) "The Five Accursed Years" Scandinavian Journal of History (March) Vol. 32, No.1, pp. 86-115

 

Edelberg, Peter, & Simonsen, Dorthe G. (2015) Changing the Subject: Epistemologies of Scandinavian source criticism. Scandinavian Journal of History, 40 (2), pp. 215-238

 

Friis-Jensen, Karsten (ed.) (1981) Saxo Grammaticus: a Medieval Author between Norse and Latin Culture (Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press)

 

Friis-Jensen, Karsten (2003) "Some conjenctures in Saxo Grammaticus based on Albert Krantz's paraphrases" in Anders Piltz et al., (eds): For Particular Reasons. Studies in Honour of Jerker Blomqvist pp. 99-112 (Lund: Nordic Academic Press)

 

Fritzbøger, Bo. (1992 ) "Studies in Danish Forest History since 1960. An Outline" News of Forest History 15, pp. 1-4

 

Gøbel, Erik (2002) A Guide to Sources for the History of the Danish West Indies (U.S. Virgin Islands). 1671-1917. (Odense: University Press of Southern Denmark) 350 pages

 

 

Hansen, Wiiliam F. (1983) Saxo Grammaticus and the LIfe of Hamlet (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press)

 

Holm, Poul (1996) "Danish Maritime History 1976-1992. A Review",  Research in Maritime History 8 (St John’s, Newfoundland),pp. 81-112

 

Jensen, Bernard Eric (1993) "A new kind of history? Changing ideals in Danish historical research" Europa. European Review of History Vol.1, pp. 167-178

 

Jensen, Bernard Eric (2000) "In the footsteps of a father. The handling of a legacy in the 20th-century Danish debates on method and theory" in F. Meyer and J.E. Myhre (eds.) Nordic Historiography in the 20th Century pp. 280-304

 

Jensen, Bernard Eric (2002) "Writing European History - the Danish way" in A. Pók, J. Rüsen, J. Scherrer (eds.) European History: Challenge for a Common Future (Hamburg: Körber-Stiftung) pp. 54-73

 

Johansen, H.C. et al. (1972) "Current Research in Economic History in Scandinavia: Historical Demography" The Scandinavian Economic History Review, 1972, pp. 71-83

 

Johansen, H.C. (1983) "Trends in modern and early modern social history writing in Denmark after 1970" Social History, pp. 375-81

 

Johansen, H.C. (1998) Sources to Early Danish Population History, Danish Center for Demographic Research, Research Report 1, 11 pages

 

Littrup, Leif (1991) "Big and small, and distant and close in history", World History Bulletin Vol. 8. No. 1 pp. 5-7.

 

Mariager, Rasmus M. (2019. "Danish Cold War Historiography", Journal of Cold War Studies, 20/4, 180-211.

 

McGuire, Brian Patrick (1997) "Erslev Revisited" Rubicon 5 (Center for Historie, University of Odense) pp. 4-7.

 

Østergård, Uffe (2011) "Swords, Shields or Collaborators? Danish Historians and the Debate over the German Occupation of Denmark". In: Henrik Stenius, Marja Östling and Johan Östberg (eds.), Nordic Narratives of the Second World War: National Historiographies Revisited, pp. 31-54. (Lund: Nordic Academic Press).

 

Olesen, Thomas Borring (2008) "Under the national paradigm: Cold War Studies and Cold War politics in post Cold War Norden" Cold War History vol. 8:2, pp 189-211.

 

Paulsson, Gunnar S. (1995) "The 'Bridge over the Øresund'. The Historiography on the Expulsion of the Jews from Nazi-Occupied Denmark" Journal of Contemporary History Vol. 30. No. 3,  pp. 431-464.

 

Poulsen, Henning (1997) "Denmark at War? The Occupation as History" in. S. Ekman and N. Edling (eds.) War experience, self image and National Identity: The Second World War as Myth and History (Stockholm) pp. 98-114.

 

Randsborg, K. (2000) "National History, Non-National Archaeology: The Case of Denmark" Oxford Journal of Architecture Vol. 19:2, pp. 211-222.

 

Roesdahl, E. (1999) "Medieval archaeology and interdisciplinary teaching and research at the Universtiy of Aarhus, Denmark" in: Actes du IIIe Colloque Européen des Professeurs d'Archaéologie Médiévale, ESTMA III (Caen) pp. 55-58

 

 

Skovgaard-Petersen, Karen (2002) Historiography at the Court of Christian IV (1588-1648). Studies in the Latin Histories of Denmark by Johannes Pontanus and Johannes Meursius (Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press) 454 pages

 

Skovgaard-Petersen, Karen (2008) "Arguments against barbarism. Early native, litterary culture in three Scnadinavian national histories. Johannes Magnus's History of Sweden (1554), Johannes Pontanus's History of Denmark (1631), and Tormod Torfeus's History of Norway (1711)" in Humanist Discoveries of the Scandinavian Past ( Renæssanceforum 5) www.renaessanceforum.dk

 

Sørensen, Niels A. (2005) "Narrating the Second World War in Denmark since 1945" Contemporary European History  Vol.14. No.3, pp. 295-315

 

Villaume, Poul (2004) "Post-Cold War Historiography in Denmark" in Thorsten Olsen (ed.) The Cold War -and the Nordic Countries: Historiography at a Crossroads (Odense: University Press of Southern Denmark) pp.16-41

Comments (0)

You don't have permission to comment on this page.