Hans Wallengren

affiliated with the university

Research areas and keywords

UKÄ subject classification

  • Humanities

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Research

I am a retired associate professor of history, but still active as a scholar and affiliated to the Dept. of History at LU. In my PhD thesis I investigated power relations at the rental market in late 19th and early 20th century Malmö. Since then I have been linked to the Dept. of History in various shapes and to different extent - as a teacher, an assistant professor, a researcher and a director at the Center for Labor History in Landskrona. As a teacher I have taught in different fields, such as social-, labor-, urban- and environmental history. In 2009-2013 I was also employed in a research project financed by the Swedish Research Council on xenophobia and labor movement. In 2014 I was a visiting lecturer at the Dept. of Scandinavian Studies, University of Washington. In recent years I have also been involved in a research project about truck drivers´professional culture. My current research deals with Swedish immigrants in the early 1900s, who were deported back to Sweden by the US authorities

Recent research outputs

Mikael Ottosson & Hans Wallengren, 2019 May 23, Truckers: A profession in change. Ottosson, M. & Wallengren, H. (eds.). Malmö: Big Bad Books

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

Hans Wallengren (ed.) & Mikael Ottosson (ed.), 2019 May 23, Malmö: Centrum för Arbetarhistoria. 104 p. (Skrifter från Centrum för arbetarhistoria; vol. 10)

Research output: Book/ReportAnthology (editor)

Hans Wallengren, 2019, Truckers: A profession in change. Ottosson, M. & Wallengren, H. (eds.). Malmö: Big Bad Books, p. 87-99 (Skrifter från Centrum för Arbetarhistoria 10).

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