Ida Blom (born 20 January 1931 in Gentofte) is a Norwegian historian.
She graduated from the University of Bergen in 1961, and then took her doctorate there in 1972 while working as a research assistant. She was a professor in women's history at the University of Bergen from 1985 to 2001, and is currently a professor emeritus there.
- Nasjonal reisning: pressgruppepolitikk i Grønlandsspørsmålet 1921-31, 1972
- Kjønnsroller og likestilling, 1983
- "Den haarde dyst": Fødsler og fødselshjelp gjennom 150 år, 1988
- Det er forskjell på folk - nå som før, 1994
- Cappelens kvinnehistorie (ed.), 1992
- This book received the Brage Prize
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