David Larsson Heidenblad is Associate Professor (docent) Deputy Director for the Lund Centre for the History of Knowledge (LUCK) at the Department of History, Lund University, and Professor II at Centre for the Study of Professions (SPS), OsloMet. He takes a general interest in the post-war period and has written extensively on the emergence of modern environmentalism in Sweden and Scandinavia around 1970.
His current research focuses on the transformation of the Swedish savings and investment culture, from the 1970s onwards. In particular, he studies the popularisation of stocks and mutual funds and the circulation of practical financial knowledge. He runs a popular blog on academic writing.(https://davidlarssonheidenblad.blogspot.com/).
”Aktie-SM 1979”, in Bildningsboxen (Norstedts, 2022).
Den gröna vändningen: En ny kunskapshistoria om miljöfrågornas genombrott under efterkrigstiden (Nordic Academic Press, 2021)
The Environmental Turn in Postwar Sweden: A New History of Knowledge (Manchester University Press, 2021)
”The Making of Everyman’s Capitalism in Sweden: Micro-Infrastructures, Unlearning, and Moral Boundary Work”, Enterprise & Society (2021) with Orsi Husz.
”Financial Knowledge: A Rich New Venture for Historians of Knowledge” in Forms of Knowledge (Nordic Academic Press, 2020)