Kristina Lundblad

Senior Lecturer, docent

Research

Research

My research interests are focused on questions about the production of meaning in the interplay between the individual and the graphic techniques and documents through which she communicates, both in the past and in our own times. The history of printing in Sweden also interests me, both in regard to the dissemination and function of the technology itself, and to the books and other printed matter that were produced.

Currently, I’m running an international project on books and politics, and I’m about to launch a project on the early development of print culture in southern Sweden. Together with my colleague Gunilla Törnvall, I start working on an “introduction to book history”-book, and, together with colleagues at the University Library in Lund, I work on a book about ephemera.

Recent research outputs

Kristina Lundblad, 2017 Nov 27, Digital humaniora – humaniora i en digital tid. Erixon, P-O. & Pennlert, J. (eds.). Göteborg: Daidalos, p. 27–51

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingBook chapter

Kristina Lundblad, 2017 Oct, Typographorum Emblemata: The Printer’s Mark in the Context of Early Modern Culture. Wolkenhauer, A. & Scholz, B. F. (eds.). Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter, p. 227-256 30 p. (Schriftmedien – Kommunikations- und Buchwissenschaftliche Perspektiven; vol. 4)

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingBook chapter

Kristina Lundblad, 2017 Sep, En lundensisk litteraturhistoria: Lunds universitet som litterärt kraftfält. Bernhardsson, K., Bexell, G., Möller, D. & Stenström, J. (eds.). Göteborg: Makadam förlag, p. 48–53

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingBook chapter

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