Eva Helen Ulvros

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Eva Helen Ulvros (born 1954) is a Swedish historian and author. She is a professor on staff at the University of Lund, where she specialises in the social development of gender identity and cultural aspects of history in Sweden.[1] She is a native of Lund.

Professional background[edit]

Ulvros has taught at the University of Lund, since 1996.[citation needed] She has additionally taught courses at Lund's Centre for Gender Studies. Since 2008, she has held the grade of professor in Lund University's history department.[citation needed]

Published works[edit]

  • 1996: Fruar och mamseller : Kvinnor inom sydsvensk borgerlighet 1790–1870. ("Wives and Young Ladies in the Middle Classes in southern Sweden 1790-1870) Historiska Media, Lund. Doctoral thesis.
  • 1998: Kärlekens villkor : Tre kvinnoöden 1780–1880. (Conditions of Love. Three women 1780-1880) Historiska Media, Lund.
  • 2001: Sophie Elkan : hennes liv och vänskapen med Selma Lagerlöf. (Sophie Elkan. Her life and friendship with Selma Lagerlöf) Historiska Media, Lund.
  • 2003: Historiebok för kakälskare. (A Cookie Lover's History Book) Historiska Media, Lund (Together with Dick Harrison.)
  • 2004: Dansens och tidens virvlar : Om dans och lek i Sveriges historia. (In the Whirls of Dance. Dance and play in Swedish History) Historiska Media, Lund.
  • 2007: Oscar I: en biografi. (Oscar I: A Biography) Historiska Media, Lund.
  • 2010: Charles Swartz: en biografi. (Charles Swartz: A Biography)

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