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Professor of human geography, CBEES. Editor of the year-book Ymer.

Thomas Lundén

Professor emeritus of human geography. Recent publications: On the boundary (2004) Crossing the border (ed., 2006), Kaliningrad identity (ed., with Gunnel Bergström and Lise-Lotte Nilsson, 2009). Thomas Lundén holds the Board Chair at Baltic Worlds’ Editorial Advisory Board.

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Articles by Thomas Lundén

  1. The Peace of Stolbova 1617 – a seminar on the beginning of a peaceful co-existence

    The 400th anniversary of the peace treaty between Sweden and Russia has for obvious reasons been in the shadow of […]

  2. Bordering Pomerania Boundary-defining and demographic transgression in a geopolitically contested region

    This study focuses on three aspects of the geography of Pomerania: The definition of the area, in terms of bordering and containment, its governance, particularly in relation to the third aspect, its demography, in terms of which religious and ethnic groups were allowed in or expelled from the area. In the long history of Pomerania, groups in the area also changed religion or ethnicity.

  3. Cross-over contacts in the subarctic peripheries. Teamwork, description and synthesis

    The Barents Region: A Transnational History of Subarctic Northern Europe, Chief editor Lars Elenius. PaxForlag, Oslo, 2015, 518 pages.

  4. One in a thousand. An ordinary extraordinary woman

    Helmut Müssener, Wolfgang Wilhelmus: Stettin Lublin Stockholm. Elsa Meyring: Aus dem Leben einer deutschen Nichtarierin im zwanzig-sten Jahr-hundert., 2nd edition. Rostock: Ingo Koch Verlag, 2014.

  5. A missing air force plane. The secret of the Cold War

    Christer Lokind: DC-3:an. Kalla krigets hemlighet [The DC-3: the secret of the Cold War]. Stockholm: Medströms bokförlag, 2014.

  6. A world conference on the border

    The first world conference on borders, under the title Post-Cold War Borders – Global Trends and Regional Responses was held in Joensuu, Finland and St. Petersburg, Russia and in the borderland in-between on June 9-13, 2014.

  7. Stettin (Szczecin) A node in a geopolitical network

    The author shows how one small region, Stettin/Szczecin, because of its strategic place became involved in important events throughout history.

  8. a hundred years later streetcars are still rattling in Baltic cities

    A young geographer by the name of Sten De Geer mapped the cities around the Baltic Sea in an article published in 1912. As an attempt to capture the urban structure of Baltic region cities, his paper is unique. In this article, we comment on his meticulous descriptions of these cities, with a century-long perspective.

  9. Expelled and expeller. On the reality of forced migration

    + Andreas Kossert. Kalte Heimat: Die Geschichte der deutschen Vertriebenen nach 1945. München: Siedler 2008. 427 pages. + Jan Musekamp. Zwischen Stettin und Szczecin: Metamorphosen einer Stadt zwischen 1945 und 2005. Inaugural-Dissertation zur Erlangung der Doktorwürde, vorgelegt an der Kulturwissenschaftlichen Fakultät der Europa-Universität Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder), 29. Januar 2008. 347 pages. + Bernd Aischmann. Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, die Stadt Stettin ausgenommen: Eine zeitgeschichtliche Betrachtung Schwerin: Thomas Helms Verlag 2008. 228 pages. + Stig Dagerman. Tysk höst [German Autumn]. Stockholm: Norstedts 1947 167, [1] pages and later editions. Has been translated to other languages, among them German (Deutscher Herbst). Hans-Åke Persson. Retorik och realpolitik: Storbritannien och de fördrivna tyskarna efter andra världskriget [Rhetoric and Realpolitik: Great Britain and the Displaced Germans after World War II] Lund : Lund University. Press 1993 325, [2] pages. CESIC studies in international conflict. Dissertation. German translation: Hans-Åke Persson: Rhetorik und Realpolitik: Großbritannien, die Oder-Neiße-Grenze und die Vertreibung der Deutschen nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg. Frankfurter Studien zur Grenzregion, Band 3. Potsdam: Verlag für Berlin-Brandenburg 1997. 215 pages.

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