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Erik M. Thomson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Society of Fellows, The University of Chicago
I am currently working on the place of commerce in Swedish and French political culture in the 17th century, and on the development of pan-European elite networks in the early modern period.
|Address:||5845 S. Ellis Avenue
Gates Blake Hall 304
Chicago, Illinois 60637
|List Affiliations:||Advisory Board Member for H-Skand
List Editor for H-Skand
Former Review Editor for H-HRE
Reviewer for H-HRE
|Reviews:||The Holy Roman Empire, In Short
Moving from the Northern Periphery towards the Center of European Politics
|Interests:||Business History / Studies
Diplomacy and International Relations
European History / Studies
History of Science, Medicine, and Technology
Political History / Studies
Religious Studies and Theology
“For a comparative history of early modern diplomacy: commerce and French and Swedish emissarial cultures during the early seventeenth century,” Scandinavian Journal of History. 31, 2 (June, 2006): 151-172.
“Swedish variations on Dutch commercial institutions, practices, and discourse, 1605-1655,” Scandinavian Studies, 77, 3 (Autumn, 2005): 331-346.
“Commerce, law and erudite culture: The mechanics of Théodore Godefroy’s service to Cardinal Richelieu,” Journal of the History of Ideas, 68, 3 (July, 2007): 407-427, forthcoming.
“Axel Oxenstierna and books,” Sixteenth Century Journal, forthcoming.