Liv Egholm is working at The Copenhagen Business School, at the department for European Cultural Studies and affiliated to the Centre for History, University of Southern Denmark. She graduated from the University of Southern Denmark in 1997 and defended her Ph.D. thesis; “Travel Accounts as Cultural Signs. A microhistorian analysis about the meaning of the “meeting” in theory and praxis”, at University of Southern Denmark in 2005. In her research she has focused on theoretical and methodological issues of microhistory and post-structuralistic theories, and she has introduced the Microhistorical frame in Denmark from 1994. Her empirical research has mainly focused on popular culture based on travel accounts from renaissance Italy and has worked with the understanding of Identity and Self in cultural encounters in general.
Call for material on microhistory
- New books (abstracts)
- Microhistory missing from the bibliography
- Course syllabi on microhistory
- Future conferences
- New material for the Journal of Microhistory