Marie Cronqvist is an Associate Professor of Media History and Journalism and a part of the project leadership of DigitalHistory@Lund. She is the head of the Section for Media History and the main co-ordinator of the European Entangled Media Histories (EMHIS) network. Her current research is focused on transnational broadcasting and journalism, and the history of media theories in Cold War psychological defence. fgs rt
Sune Bechmann Pedersen
Sune Bechmann Pedersen is a Reader in History and a researcher at the Section for Media History. He is the Coordinator at DigitalHistory@Lund. Bechmann Pedersen’s research area is the modern history of media and mobility. He is the PI of the digital history project The Gateway Guide: A Transnational Book & Tourism History,1950–1975, seed-funded by Erik Philip Sörensens Stiftelse and undertaken in collaboration with Maria Simonsen.
Kajsa Weber holds a PhD in History and is a member of LUCK (Lund University Center for the History of Knowledge), and Coordinator in the National Graduate School of History. She is currently PI of the project Print in the Lutheran North (funded by Åke Wibergs Stiftelse and Wahlgrenska stiftelsen). She specializes in the history of the Reformation, early modern print media, and Lutheranism.
Mathias Johansson is research engineer at DigitalHistory@Lund. He has an MSc in Economic History and has worked for several years as a research assistant on the VINNOVA-funded SWINNO project, a database of Swedish innovations, 1970–2016. For his Master thesis, “Detecting Important Swedish Innovations by Text Mining Articles from the 1970s”, Johansson digitized and subsequently wrote Pythoncode to clean and mine the texts of more than 1,000 journal articles for overlooked innovations. Johansson has also studied data mining and visualisation as well as deep learning methods.