Gustaf Fryksén

Doctoral Student

Research areas and keywords

UKÄ subject classification

  • History

Research

I have been a Ph.D. Candidate in history at the Department of History since September 2015. Before that I studied medicine, languages and archival science. I worked as a research assistant at the department 2013-2015.

My research is focused on Sweden, the Mediterranean and the Ottoman world in the period 1680-1830. My Ph.D. project The House of Logie: A global microhistory of consulship and life in the 18th century aims at, by conducting comparative multinational archival research, examine and analyse a number of consular families active along the Mediterranean frontier. Special focus is set on George Logie (1694-1776) and his circle concerning trade, diplomacy and family/dynasty.

Other research interests include maritime history, Consular studies, global history, Ottoman studies and archival science.

I am a member of the Swedish Society of Maritime History.

Teaching

Since autumn 2016, I am teaching a course in Peace and Conflict Studies (FKV A:12:1) at the Department of Political Science.

Recent research outputs

Beaurepaire, P-Y. (ed.), Gustaf Fryksén (ed.), Marzagalli, S. (ed.) & Thomasson, F. (ed.), 2018 Sep, (Accepted/In press) Paris: Classiques Garnier, Les Méditerranées.

Research output: Book/ReportAnthology (editor)

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