Kaj Janzon

BA., editor

Kaj has worked in the DMS-project since 1993, previously at the Riksantikvarieämbetet, where he also administrated incoming cases concerning Swedish place names. He received his bachelor's degree in 1990 at Stockholm University with History majors. Kaj’s main research interests concern the settlement history of the Middle Ages, medieval genealogi and 17th-century economic history. He has published several articles, in for instance Bebyggelsehistorisk tidskrift, Historisk Tidskrift and Släkt och Hävd. In the DMS series, he is primarily dealing with the province of Södermanland, and during 2019 the district of Rekarne is in focus.

kaj.janzon[at]riksarkivet.se, 010-476 71 21


Annika Bjorklund DMS

Annika Björklund

Ph. D., editor

Annika is a researcher in human geography, with a particular focus on historical geography. She received her PhD at Stockholm university in 2010 and has worked as a lecturer. Her research interests concern historical landscapes and urban agriculture. Within the DMS series she has published DMS 1:10 about Håbo hundred and Sigtuna in Uppland (2014) and DMS 7 covering the entire province of Värmland (2018, two volumes). She is now working with the western part of the province of Västmanland: Åkerbo hundred and the towns Arboga and Köping.

annika.bjorklund[at]riksarkivet.se, 010-476 71 26


Hanna Kjallstrom

Hanna Källström

Dr. Theol., editor

Hanna has an undergraduate degree in theology and art history at Uppsala University and received her PhD in practical theology at Lund University in 2011. Her dissertation, in Swedish, explores the cathedrals of Linköping and Lund as places of worship in the late Middle Ages. Her research has mainly concerned late medieval churches, devotional practises and the cult of saints from a lay perspective. In the DMS series she has published two books about hundreds in the province of Södermanland and is now working on a book dealing with Lagunda and Åsunda hundreds in the province of Uppland.

hanna.kallstrom[at]riksarkivet.se, 010-476 72 99


ChristianLovén

Christian Lovén

Associate professor, editor

Christian is associate professor in art history, and his research involves mainly medieval architecture and history. During the last years he has conducted research on Uppsala cathedral, narrative written sources, the establishment of convents and churches and the cult of saints. In 2014-15 he published Ydre hundred within the DMS series and in 2017 a special study about the monastery Vårfruberga. He is at present working with Åker hundred (Södermanland) and the integration of DMS into TORA.

christian.loven[at]riksarkivet.se, 010 476 71 47

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