Scandinavian Journal of History DATINI

Scandinavian Journal of History

Oslo, Historical Associations of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden
5 fascicoli l’anno, già trimestrale
ISSN: 0346-8755 (Print)
ISSN: 1502-7716 (Online)
Conservata in: Prato, Fondazione Istituto Internazionale di Storia Economica « F. Datini », Coll: Riv. 107
Consistenza: v. 31, 2006, 1-Vol. 41, 2016, 4-5

Conservata in: Università degli Studi di Firenze
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Consistenza: 1976-

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Vol. 5, 1980, 1-4

Rolf Torstendahl, Women’s struggle for power, p. 1

Ida Blom, The struggle for women’s suffrage in Norway, 1885-1913, p. 3
Inger Dübeck, Female trade Unions in Denmark. Freedom of association, the law of association and women’s trade unions in Denmark in the second half of the nineteenth century, p. 23
Riitta Jallinoja, The women’s liberation movement in Finland. The social and political mobilisation of women in Finland, 1880-1910, p. 37
Gunnar Qvist, Policy towards women and the women’s struggle in Sweden, p. 51
Birgitta Ericsson, Central power and the local right to dispose over the forest common in eighteenth-century Sweden. A micro-study of the decision-making process during Sweden’s Age of Freedom, p. 75
Svend E. Green-Pedersen, Colonial trade under the Danish Flag. A case study of the Danish slave trade to Cuba 1790-1807, p. 93
David C. Pugh, Norway and Sweden in 1814: The security issue, p. 121
Jouni Alavuotunki, The Strauss debate in Sweden: Some remarks on the reception of Hegelianism, p. 137

Niels Steensgaard, Editorial, p. 149

Vagn Wåhlin, The growth of bourgeois and popular movements in Denmark ca. 1830-1870, p. 151
Lars Svåsand, The early organization society in Norway. Some characteristics, p. 185
Henrik Stenius, The breakthrough of the principle of Mass organization in Finland, p. 197
Sven Lundkvist, The popular movements in Swedish society, 1850-1920, p. 219
Carl-Axel Gemzell, Scandinavian history in international research: Some observations on Britain, France, West Germany and East Germany, p. 239
Antti Kujala, The Russian revolutionary movement and the Finnish opposition, 1905. The John Grafton affair and the plans for an uprising in St Petersburg, p. 257
Juhani Mylly, The emergence of the Finnish multi-party system. A comparison with developments in Scandinavia, 1870-1920, p. 277
Auvo Kostiainen, Work people’s college: An American immigrant institution, p. 295

Vol. 4, 1979, 1-4

Niels Steensgaard, Editorial, p. 1

Ole Justesen, Danish settlements on the gold coast in the nineteenth century: An outline, p. 3
Ari Kontro, The Finnish mission society’s « political image » of Africa. Political developments in South West Africa and Tanzania since the second world war, as seen by the Finnish Mission Society, p. 35

Finn Fuglestad, Earth-priests, « priest-chiefs » and sacred kings in ancient Norway, Iceland and West Africa. A comparative essay, p. 47

Tore Linné Eriksen, Modern African history: Some Historiographical observations, p. 75

Viveca Halldin Norberg, The Scandinavian institute of African studies: An introduction for historians, p. 99

Rolf Danielsen, The conservative press in Norway during the nineteen twenties: An analysis of a press system, p. 105
Peter Ludlow, Britain and Northern Europe, 1940-1945, p. 123
Ingrid Hammarström, Ideology and social policy in the mid-nineteenth century, p. 163
Finn Gad, « La grönlande, les isles de ferröe et l’islande non comprises ». A new look at the origins of the addition to Article IV of the Treaty of Kiel of 1814, p. 187
Kai Hørby, The fate of the descendants of christoffer I. Aspects of Danish politics 1252-1319, p. 207
Ulf Olsson, The state and industry in Swedish rearmament during the Second World War, p. 231
Thomas Lindkvist, Swedish medieval society: Previous research and recent developments, p. 253
Helge Paludan, Conceptions of Danish society during the high middle ages, p. 269
Seppo Suvanto, Medieval studies in Finland: A survey, p. 287
Patrick Salmon, Churchill, the admiralty and the Narvik traffic, September-November 1939, p. 305

Vol. 3, 1978, 1-4

Inge Skovgaard-Petersen, The coming of urban culture to Northern Europe. Vikings, merchants and kings, p. 1
Nils Runeby, Americanism, taylorism and social integration. Action programmes for Swedish industry at the beginning of the twentieth century, p. 21
Kalervo Hovi, The winning of Finnish independence as an issue in international relations, p. 47
Trond Bergh, Ideal and Reality in Norwegian Macroeconomic Planning 1945-1965, p. 75

Rolf Torstendahl, Emigration, p. 105

Ingrid Semmingsen, Nordic Research into Emigration, p. 107
Sune Åkerman, Towards an understanding of emigrational processes, p. 131
Max Engman, Migration from Finland to Russia during the Nineteenth Century, p. 155
Ole Feldbæk, The Anglo-Russian Rapprochement of 1801. A prelude to the peace of Amiens, p. 205
Ohto Manninen, Red, white and blue in Finland, 1918. A survey of interpretations of the civil war, p. 229
Jan Glete, The Kreuger group and the crisis on the Swedish stock market, p. 251

Sune Jungar, Reformism. Introduction, p. 273

Bo Gustafsson, A new look at Bernstein: Some reflections on reformism and history, p. 275
Niels Finn Christiansen, Reformism within Danish social democracy until the nineteen thirties, p. 297
Hannu Soikkanen, Revisionism, reformism and the Finnish labour movement before the First World War, p. 347

Vol. 2, 1977, 1-4

Olav Riste, Introduction, p. 1
François Bédarida, France, Britain and the Nordic countries, p. 7
David Dilks, Great Britain and Scandinavia in the « Phoney War », p. 29
Ole Karup Pedersen, Denmark’s Policy, p. 53
Hans-Dietrich Loock, Weserübung—A step towards the greater Germanic Reich, p. 67
Erik Lönnroth, Sweden’s ambiguous neutrality, p. 89
Tuomo Polvinen, Finland in international politics, p. 107
Magne Skodvin, Norwegian neutrality and the question of credibility, p. 123
Pavel A. Zhilin, The USSR and collective security 1935-1939, p. 147

Ole Feldbæk, The Anglo-Danish convoy conflict of 1800: A study of small power policy and neutrality, p. 161
David Gaunt, Pre-industrial economy and population structure: The elements of variance in early modern Sweden, p. 183
Ann-Sofie Kälvemark, The country that kept track of its population: Methodological aspects of Swedish population records, p. 211
0 Niels Skyum-Nielsen, The use of stills from fictional films as historical documents, p. 231

Erik Brofoss, Debate: The Marshall plan and Norway’s hesitation Erik Brofoss, p. 241

Lars Magnuson, Economic thought and group interests: Adam Smith, Christopher Polhem, Lars Salvius and classical political economy, p. 243
Michael F. Metcalf, The first « modern » party system?: Political parties, Sweden’s Age of liberty and the historians, p. 265
Osmo Jussila, Nationalism and revolution: Political dividing lines in the Grand Duchy of Finland during the last years of Russian rule, p. 289
Even Lange, The concession laws of 1906-09 and Norwegian industrial development, p. 311

Vol. 1, 1976, 1-4

Rolf Torstendahl, Sune Jungar, Olav Riste, Niels Steensgaard, Editorial, p. 1

Sivert Langholm, On the scope of micro-history, p. 3
Aksel E. Christensen, Archbishop Asser, the emperor and the Pope. The first Archbishop of Lund and his straggle for the independence of the Nordic church, p. 25

Svend Gissel, Agrarian decline in Scandinavia. The debate about methodology within the Nordic project for the study of deserted farms and villages during the late middle ages, p. 43

Kurt Ågren, Rise and decline of an aristocracy. The Swedish social and political elite in the 17th century., p. 55
Heikki Ylikangas, Major fluctuations in crimes of violence in Finland. A historical analysis, p. 81
Jorma Kalela, Right-wing radicalism in Finland during the interwar period. Perspectives from and an appraisal of recent literature, p. 105
Helge Ø. Pharo, Bridgebuilding and reconstruction. Norway faces the Marshall plan, p. 125
Bernt Schiller, Shortage and plenty. Long term and short term factors and research problems in contemporary history, p. 155
Sølvi Sogner, Freeholder and cottar. Property relationships and the social structure in the peasant community in Norway during the eighteenth century, p. 181
Øyvind Østerud, The transformation of Scandinavian agrarianism. A comparative study of political change around 1870, p. 201
Risto Alapuro, Regional variations in political mobilisation. On the incorporation of the agrarian population into the State in Finland, 1907-1932, p. 215
Alex Wittendorff, Public roads and royal privilege. The development of the road system in Denmark and the king’s private roads, p. 243
Jan Sundin, Theft and Penury in Sweden 1830-1920. A comparative study at the county level, p. 265
Aage Trommer, MacDonald in Geneva in March 1933. A study in Britain’s European policy, p. 293