Gunnar Broberg

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Gunnar Broberg (born 1942) is since 1990 Professor in History of Science and Ideas at Lund University, Sweden. Among other writings, Prof. Broberg has written about the compulsory sterilization activities in Sweden[1] and about the scientist Carl Linnaeus.[2] In 2005 he was elected Chair of the Royal Humanistic Scientific Society in Lund (Kungliga Humanistiska Vetenskapssamfundet i Lund).[3] He was the editor of the book Gyllene äpplen (Golden apples), which won the August Prize (Augustpriset) in 1992.[4]

English bibliography[edit]

Swedish bibliography[edit]

  • Järven, filfrassen, frossaren, 1971.
  • Homo sapiens L, 1975.
  • Brunögd, lätt, hastig, gjorde allting promt, 1978.
  • Linnéminnen i Uppsala, 1982.
  • Bilden av naturen, 1983.
  • Nordström och hans skola, 1983.
  • Oönskade i folkhemmet, 1991 (with Mattias Tydén).
  • Gyllene äpplen, 1992.
  • Statlig rasforskning, 1995.
  • När svensk historia blev en världsnyhet, 1999 (with Mattias Tydén).
  • Kattens historia, 2004.
  • Tsunamin i Lissabon',' 2005.
  • Carl von Linné, 2006.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Broberg, G. (2005). Statlig rasforskning: en historik över rasbiologiska institutet. Lund: Lund University.
  2. ^ Broberg, G. (2006). Carl Linnaeus. Stockholm: Swedish Institute.
  3. ^ Governing body of Kungliga Humanistiska Vetenskapssamfundet i Lund
  4. ^ Augustpriset, alla nominerade i alfabetisk ordning