Curriculum vitae

The following CV is abridged in some parts (teaching and administrative experience) and more complete in others (publications, conferences). For a brief summary of my scholarly work and interests see the Research page. Feel free to contact me with any questions.

Last updated: 22 December, 2016

Degrees

Ph.D. in History, University of Gothenburg, 16 November 2001

M.A. in History, University of Gothenburg, 16 January 1996

Appointments and employment

Reader (Associate Professor), Department of Historical Studies at the University of Gothenburg, 8 March 2010–

Senior Lecturer (Assistant Professor), Department of Historical Studies (until 31 December 2008 the Department of History) at the University of Gothenburg, 1 March 2006–7 March 2010

Independent research and teaching work, mainly at the Department of History at the University of Gothenburg, 17 April 2005–28 February 2006

Research Fellow, Department of History at Uppsala University, 1 October 2002–16 April 2005 (funded by non-renewable external research grant)

Publications

Unless otherwise noted, links in this section lead to pages where full text versions can be accessed or downloaded.

Monographs

Bilder av Mittens rike: Kontinuitet och förändring i svenska resenärers Kinaskildringar 1749– 1912 [Images of the Middle Kingdom: Continuity and change in Swedish travellers’ accounts of China, 1749–1912]. Avhandlingar från Historiska institutionen i Göteborg 28. Published Ph.D. dissertation, University of Gothenburg, 2001. 332 pp. | English summary (PDF)

Hanna Hodacs and Kenneth Nyberg, Naturalhistoria på resande fot. Om att forska, undervisa och göra karriär i 1700-talets Sverige [Travelling for Natural History: Science, teaching and career-building in 18th century Sweden] (Lund: Nordic Academic Press, 2007). 264 pp. (Author of chs. 2, 6 and 7 and, with Hanna Hodacs, co-author of chs. 1 and 10.)

Pehr Löfling’s Letter-book in the Archives of the Real Jardín Botánico in Madrid: A catalogue. Skrifter från Historiska institutionen i Göteborg 12 (University of Gothenburg, 2008). 79 pp. | Full text (PDF)

Collected works – chapters

”Linnaeus’s Apostles and the Globalization of Knowledge, 1729–1756.” In: Patrick Manning and Daniel Rood (eds.), Global Scientific Practice in an Age of Revolutions, 1750–1850 (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2016), pp. 73–89.

”Forskare är också människor: Om global historia och forskarbiografiers värde” [Scholars are people: On global history and the value of intellectual biographies]. In: Henrik Alexandersson, Alexander Andreeff and Annika Bünz (eds.), Med hjärta och hjärna: En vänbok till professor Elisabeth Arwill-Nordbladh (Göteborg: Institutionen för historiska studier, Göteborgs universitet, 2014), pp. 65–74.

”Anders Sparrman – konturer av en livshistoria” [Anders Sparrman: Tracing a life and its meaning]. In: Gunnar Broberg, David Dunér & Roland Moberg (eds.), Anders Sparrman: Linnean, världsresenär, fattigläkare (Uppsala: Svenska Linnésällskapet, 2012), pp. 13–34.

Mariette Manktelow and Kenneth Nyberg, ”Linnaeus’ Apostles and the Development of the Species Plantarum.” In: Inga Hedberg (ed.), Species Plantarum 250 Years: Proceedings of the Species Plantarum Symposium held in Uppsala August 22–24, 2003, Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis, Symbolae Botanicae Upsalienses 33:3 (Uppsala, 2005), pp. 73–80.

”The Voice of Experience and the Weight of Tradition: Images of China in Swedish Travel Writing, 1749–1781.” In: Rudolphus Teeuwen (ed.), Crossings: Travel, art, literature, politics (Taipei: Bookman Books, 2001), pp. 55–75.

Collected works – editor

Maria Cavallin Aijmer, Göran Malmstedt, Kenneth Nyberg, Adam von Schéele and Monica Weikert (eds.), Arbete, kultur, politik. En vänbok till Lennart K Persson [Labour, Culture, Politics: A festschrift for Lennart K Persson]. Skrifter från Historiska institutionen i Göteborg 7 (University of Gothenburg, 2007). 324 pp.

Articles in scholarly journals

”Från Tolvfors till Orinoco. Linnélärjungen Pehr Löflings resa och den globala historien” [From Tolvfors to the Orinoco. Linnaean Student Pehr Löfling’s Journey and Global History]. Historielärarnas förenings årsskrift 2015, pp. 23–39. | Published version (PDF)

”Linnaeus’ apostles, scientific travel and the East India trade.” Zoologica Scripta 38 Suppl. 1 (2009), pp. 7–16. | Full text preprint (PDF)

”Linné, apostlarna och de utrikes forskningsresorna” [Linnaeus, the Apostles and the Foreign Voyages of Exploration]. Sjuttonhundratal 2005, pp. 38–58.

Kenneth Nyberg and Mariette Manktelow, ”Linnés apostlar och tillkomsten av Species plantarum” [Linnaeus’ Apostles and the Development of the Species Plantarum]. Svenska Linnésällskapets årsskrift 2002–2003, pp. 9–30.

”Orientalismen i svenska resenärers Kinaskildringar” [On Orientalism in Swedish Travellers’ Accounts of China]. Orientaliska Studier 109 (2002), pp. 3–25.

Book reviews

”Anne Haslund Hansen, Niebuhrs Museum. Souvenirs og sjældenheder fra Den Arabiske Rejse 1761–1767 (København: Forlaget Vandkunsten, 2016). 256 pp.” Sjuttonhundratal 2017, pp. 158–160.

”Ett bortskymt 1700-talsliv fyllt av mening.” [Review of Kerstin Ekman, Då var allt levande och lustigt. Om Clas Bjerkander – Linnélärjunge, präst och naturforskare i Västergötland (Stockholm: Bonniers, 2015).] Respons 2016:3, pp. 60–61.

En linneansk forskarkarriär i ett globalt perspektiv.” [Review of Marie-Christine Skuncke, Carl Peter Thunberg – Botanist and Physician: Career-Building across the Oceans in the Eighteenth Century (Uppsala: Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study, 2014).] Respons 2014:6, pp. 62–64.

”En linneansk karriär. [Review of Marie-Christine Skuncke, Carl Peter Thunberg – Botanist and Physician: Career-Building across the Oceans in the Eighteenth Century (Uppsala: Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study 2014).]” Svenska Linnésällskapets årsskrift 2014, pp. 161–163.

”Hans Hägerdal, Kinas ledare [1912–2012] (Lund: Historiska Media 2012). 336 s.” Historisk tidskrift 2014:2, pp. 338–340. | Full text (PDF)

”Torkel Stålmarck, Ostindiefararen Carl Gustav Ekeberg 1716–1784, Acta Regiae Societatis Scientiarum et Litterarum Gothoburgensis, Humaniora 44 (Göteborg: Kungl. Vetenskaps- och Vitterhets-Samhället, 2012). 94 s.” Sjuttonhundratal 2013, pp. 235–237. | Full text (PDF)

”Gösta Kjellin och Johanna Enckell, Sissi-Jaakko. En klassresa i svenskt 1700-tal (Helsingfors: Schildts 2011). 176 s.” Historisk tidskrift 2013:1, pp. 93–95. | Full text (PDF)

Jämtländsk regionalitet och samhällelig integration. [Review of] Per Fransson, Landskapet som lärobok: regionalitet och medborgarfostran i Jämtland kring sekelskiftet 1900 (Lund: Sekel, 2010). 384 s.” Historisk tidskrift 2011:4, pp. 794–801.

”Thord Silverbark: Doktor Hasselquists resa. Linnélärjungen i Mellersta Östern 1749–1752. Stockholm: Alhambra, 2008. 233 s.” Lychnos 2009, pp. 391–392. | Full text (PDF)

”Helene Schmitz, Nils Uddenberg & Pia Östensson, System och passion: Linné och drömmen om Naturens ordning (Stockholm: Natur & Kultur, 2007). 256 s.” Sjuttonhundratal 2009, pp. 160–162. | Full text (PDF)

”En linneansk resa mellan guldålder och efterklang. [Review of] Christina Granroth under medverkan av Patricia Berg & Maren Jonasson (eds.), C. F. Hornstedt, Brev från Batavia. En resa till Ostindien 1782–1786, 418 s. ill., Svenska litteratursällskapet i Finland & Atlantis, Helsingfors och Stockholm 2008.” Historisk Tidskrift för Finland 2009:1, pp. 97–101.

”Roger Jacobsson, ed, Så varför reser Linné? Perspektiv på Iter Lapponicum 1732. Stockholm: Kungl. Skytteanska Samfundet och Carlssons, 2005. 254 s.” Lychnos 2006, pp. 371–372. | Full text (PDF)

Från Karakorum till Siljan. Resor under sju sekler. Redaktörer: Hanna Hodacs och Åsa Karlsson, Historiska Media, Lund 2000. 288 s.” Karolinska förbundets årsbok 2001 [2003], pp. 195–197.

”Lena Eskilsson & Mohammad Fazlhashemi, eds, Reseberättelser: Idéhistoriska resor i sociala och geografiska rum. Stockholm: Carlssons 2001.” Lychnos 2002, pp. 268–270.

”Dick Harrison, I skuggan av Cathay: Västeuropéers möte med Asien 1400–1600. Lund 1999. 274 s.” Historisk tidskrift 2000:3, pp. 458–460.

”Burgman, Torsten: Kinabilden i Sverige från 1667–1998.” Scandia 65 (1999), pp. 301–302. | Full text (PDF)

”Anders Florén och Åsa Karlsson (red), Främlingar – ett historiskt perspektiv. Opuscula Historica Upsaliensia 19. Uppsala 1998. 202 s.” Historisk tidskrift 1999:1, pp. 125–127.

Other scholarly publications

”Svenska historikermötet, Stockholm, 8–10 maj 2014.” Historisk tidskrift 2014:3, pp. 563–566. [Conference report]

”Historikerna och den digitala utmaningen” [Historans and the Digital Challenge]. [Invited op-ed article published on the Bank of Sweden Tercentenary Foundation website] RJ Debatt 8 October 2013, http://debatt.rj.se/?p=238 (accessed 18 December 2013). 2 pp.

”Boxarupproret och Kinasvenskarna” [The Boxer Rebellion and the China Swedes]. Historielärarnas förenings årsskrift 2013, pp. 76–91.

”Sparrman, Anders.” Svenskt Biografiskt Lexikon bd 161 (Stockholm 2007), pp. 3–13.

”Svenska historikermötet i Linköping 23–25 april 1999.” Historisk tidskrift 1999:4, pp. 779–783. [Conference report]

”Rapport från konferensen ‘I andra länder’, 5–6 mars 1998.” Historisk tidskrift 1998:3, pp. 467–469. [Conference report]

Textbook materials

Jessica Parland-von Essen and Kenneth Nyberg, Historia i en digital värld [History in a Digital World], http://digihist.se, web based book on digital history, published May 2013–May 2014. [Also available as PDF.]

Responsible for pedagogical web content for Maria Sjöberg (ed.), En samtidig världshistoria [A Concurrent History of the World] (Lund: Studentlitteratur, 2014), https://www.studentlitteratur.se/minasidor/demo/35721-01_EnSamVarldshist#page=1 (public demo [in Swedish], accessed 2014-04-30).

”Världscirkeln sluts” [Completing the Global Circle (history of the Pacific Rim, 1500–1800)]. In: Maria Sjöberg (ed.), En samtidig världshistoria [A Concurrent History of the World] (Lund: Studentlitteratur, 2014), pp. 588–610.

”Anders Sparrman och Stilla havets utforskning” [Anders Sparrman and the Exploration of the Pacific]. In: Katarina Streiffert Eikeland and Madelaine Miller (eds.), En maritim värld – från stenåldern till idag [A Maritime World – From the Stone Age until Today] (Lindome: Bricoleur Press, 2013), pp. 186–192.

”Stilla havet, Indiska oceanen och den globala historien” [The Pacific, the Indian Ocean and Global History]. In: Katarina Streiffert Eikeland and Madelaine Miller (eds.), En maritim värld – från stenåldern till idag [A Maritime World – From the Stone Age until Today] (Lindome: Bricoleur Press, 2013), pp. 321–326.

”Om ordnandet av global kunskap – Linné och hans apostlar” [On the Ordering of Global Knowledge – Linnaeus and his apostles]. In: Leos Müller, Göran Rydén and Holger Weiss (eds.), Global historia från periferin. Norden 1600–1850 [Global History from the Periphery: The Nordic countries, 1600–1850] (Lund: Studentlitteratur, 2010), pp. 209–230.

Other writings (popularizing research findings etc.)

”Om digital historia” [”On Digital History”]. [An introduction to digital history published on personal blog] Tidens skiften 21 January 2013, http://kennethnyberg.org/2013/01/21/text-om-digital-historia-1-0/ (accessed 6 August 2015). 25 pp. [Also available as PDF.]

”Är massiva nätkurser framtiden?” [Op-ed article about Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) for Swedish college faculty journal] Universitetsläraren no. 4, 2013, http://www.sulf.se/Universitetslararen/Arkiv/2013/Nummer-4-131/Ar-massiva-natkurser-framtiden/ (accessed 20 August 2013), pp. 17–19.

Nils Ekedahl, Hanna Hodacs, Åsa Karlsson, Mariette Manktelow and Kenneth Nyberg, ”Linné och hans lärjungar – att lära och lära ut i vetenskapens tjänst” [Linnaeus and his Disciples – Learning and teaching in the service of science]. In: Resultatdialog 2006. Forskning inom utbildningsvetenskap (Stockholm: Swedish Research Council, 2006), pp. 111–115.

”Den tidiga jesuitmissionen i Kina” [The Early Jesuit Mission in China]. Signum 29:4 (2003), pp. 24–33.

”Jesuiterna, kineseriet och ritstriden” [The Jesuits, Chinoiserie and the Rites Controversy]. Signum 29:5 (2003), pp. 23–33.

”Den europeiska drömmen om Kina” [The European Dream of China]. In: Göran Alm (ed.), Kina slott (Stockholm: Byggförlaget, 2002), pp. 34–47.

”Tidiga svenska Kinabilder” [Early Swedish Images of China]. Kinarapport 2002:4, pp. 8–12.

”Asiatiska irrmeningar går igen” [Asiatic misconceptions resurfacing]. Svenska Dagbladet, 18 July 1999, p. 10.

”De svenska ostindienfararna och drömmen om Kina” [The Swedish East Indiamen and the dream of China]. Kinarapport 1999, pp. 90–93.

Conferences

Organizer of workshops and conference sessions

Chair of the organizing committee for ”The eighteenth century – past and present: The second Nordic conference in eighteenth-century studies”, Uppsala University, 12–14 October 2017, http://1700-tal.se/ncecs17/

Organizer, with Anna Cullhed and Ann Öhrberg, of the workshop “1700-talsforskningen och samlingarna” [Eighteenth-century research and the collections], University of Gothenburg, 17–18 November 2016

Organizer, with Hanna Hodacs and Stéphane Van Damme and in cooperation with the European University Institute and the Center for History of Science at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, and paper with Manuel Lucena Giraldo at the international workshop “Nature’s Empire: A Global History of Linnaean Science in the Long Eighteenth Century”, European University Institute, Florence, 14 November 2014

Organizer, with Hanna Hodacs and in cooperation with the Center for History of Science at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, and paper at the international workshop ”A Global History of Linnaean Science, 1750–1820”, Royal Academy of Sciences, Stockholm, 12 October 2012

Member of organizing committee and paper at the Nordic 18th century symposium “Kunskapens vägar: Utbildning, vetenskap, litteratur” [Ways of Knowledge: Education, scholarship, literature], University of Gothenburg, 23–25 March 2007

Organizer, with Tomas Nilson, and paper at the workshop “Betraktarnas många ögon: Om svenska resenärers möten med det annorlunda” [The Many Eyes of the Beholders: On Swedish travellers’ encounters with difference], University of Gothenburg, 27 August 2003

Session organizer, with Hanna Hodacs, and paper at the session “Resande och Resenärer: På nya vägar genom den svenska historien” [Travel and Travellers: On new paths through Swedish history], Svenska historikermötet [Swedish Historians’ Congress], Örebro, 20 April 2002

Presentations / talks

Keynote address at the conference “Encountering the ‘Other’, Understanding Oneself: Colonialism, Ethnic Diversity and Everyday Life in Early modern Sweden and New Sweden”, Lund University, 8 November 2013

Invited paper at the workshop “Kunskap i cirkulation” [Knowledge in circulation], Lund, 18–19 August 2016

Invited talk on Linnaean travel as global history at the Global history seminar, Lund University, 3 November 2015

Chair of concluding panel discussion in the session ”Elektronisk renässans? Utmaningar och möjligheter med digitala forskningsmaterial” [Electronic renaissance? Challenges and opportunities of digital research sources] (session leader Samuel Edquist), Svenska historikermötet [Swedish Historians’ Congress], Stockholm, 10 May 2014

Paper on travel as a Linnaean ideology and pedagogical practice in the mid-18th century, 6th Nordic conference on the history of education, Uppsala University, 20–21 August, 2015

Paper on scholarly biographies in global history at workshop on global and transnational history, Lund University, 22 April 2014

Invited talk with Jessica Parland-von Essen on ”Den digitala utmaningen” [The digital challenge] at the Swedish National Archives Research Seminar, Stockholm, 11 September 2013

Invited talk at concluding panel session of the national Eighteenth Century Studies conference “Sverige och allt det andra. Det svenska 1700-talet i kosmopolitisk belysning” [Sweden and All the Rest: The Swedish 18th century in a cosmopolitan light], Uppsala University, 25–26 October 2012

Invited paper (after review process) at the conference “Linnaean Worlds: Global Scientific Practice during the Great Divergence, 1750–1850”, organized by the World History Center, University of Pittsburgh, and University of Pittsburgh Press with funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Pittsburgh, 4–5 May 2012

Invited paper at the Swedish Collegium of Advanced Study symposium “Carl Peter Thunberg’s Voyage and Scientific Encounters between Europe and Asia, c. 1770–1830”, Uppsala University, 5–8 October 2011

Invited presentation, with Tomas Nilson, at “The Parallel Worlds of the Seafarer – Ashore, Afloat and Abroad: 10th North Sea history conference”, Gothenburg Maritime Museum and Aquarium, 1–3 September 2011

Invited paper at the symposium “Anders Sparrman i ny belysning” [Anders Sparrman in New Light], Uppsala University, 20–22 May 2011

Paper at the session “Det kosmopolitiska i 1700-talets Sverige: kontexter, kontakter, komparationer” [The Cosmopolitan in 18th century Sweden: contexts, contacts, comparisons], Svenska historikermötet [Swedish Historians’ Congress], Lund, 25 April 2008

Invited lecture, “Linnélärjungen Pehr Löfling i Spanien och Venezuela” [Linnaeus’ Disciple Pehr Löfling in Spain and Venezuela], a symposium at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Stockholm, 17 October 2007

Invited presentation at “In Linnaeus’ Wake: 300 years of marine discovery”, a symposium organized by the Linnean Society of London, University of Gothenburg, Natural History Museum of London, Hasselblad Foundation and Zoologica Scripta, London, 1 June 2007

Invited lecture, “Linking with Linnaeus: 14th annual meeting of the European botanical and horticultural libraries group”, Real Jardín Botánico [Royal Botanical Garden], Madrid, 18–22 April 2007

Paper at the session “Linnaeus and His Disciples”, Svenska historikermötet [Swedish Historians’ Congress], Uppsala, 23 April 2005

Co-author of paper with Mariette Manktelow (lead author), “Species Plantarum 250 Years”, a symposium at Uppsala University, 22–24 August 2003

Paper at “Nordisk konferens i idé- och vetenskapshistoria: Globalisering i ett idé- och vetenskapshistoriskt perspektiv” [Nordic Conference on the History of Ideas and of Science: Globalization in a history of ideas and history of science perspective], University of Gothenburg, 12–14 June 2003

Invited presentation at seminar on Orientalism, organized by the Föreningen för orientaliska studier [Association of Oriental Studies], Stockholm University, 3 maj 2002

Paper at “Beyond Borders II: An international conference on art, literature and travel”, National Sun Yat-sen University, Kaohsiung, Taiwan, 27–28 May 2000

Teaching and pedagogical development (selected)

Teaching and essay supervision in History and for students in the Teacher Education Program at the University of Gothenburg, depending on other duties varying from c. 50% to 100% of full time work, mainly from 2005 to the present (mostly first-cycle courses, ranging from first-semester world history survey to third-semester final essay supervision and examination)

Development and planning of a blended learning first-cycle course on “Global history” (15 hec), 2016–2017

Co-development and planning of a Humanities track within an existing two-year MA program in European Studies, with particular co-responsibility for a course on “European Heritage and Identity” (10 hec), 2016–2017

Co-development and planning of a third-cycle course on “History of Knowledge” (7,5 hec) for the National Graduate School in Historical Studies, 2016

Co-development and planning of an MA program in the Digital Humanities, with particular responsibility for a course on “Digital cultures of sharing and participation”, 2015–2016

Development, planning and teaching a first-cycle course on “Global history” (five weeks full time study equiv.; online course with elements of classroom teaching), 2015

Co-development, planning and teaching a second-cycle course on “Globalization, knowledge and identity” (five weeks full time study equiv.; classroom and distance-based learning), 2009–

Co-development, planning and tutoring a second-cycle course on “The colonial heritage of Europe” (ten weeks full time study equiv.; tutoring and essay seminars), 2006–

Development, planning and teaching a first-cycle course on “Orientalism and images of China” (five weeks full time study equiv.; classroom teaching)

Postgraduate supervision

Deputy advisor for Anders Dybelius, University of Gothenburg and Jönköping University (topic: Georg Carl von Döbeln and public history); Ph.D. dissertation defended with passing grade on 9 November, 2012 (in Gothenburg)

Deputy advisor for Bertil Lundberg, University of Gothenburg (topic: the early Catholic mission in colonial Peru c. 1540–1620); Ph.D. dissertation defended with passing grade on 17 December, 2010

Websites and blogs

Webmaster for the Swedish History Teachers’ Association’s website, http://historielararna.se, February 2016–

Pehr Löfling (http://pehrlofling.wordpress.com/), public-facing blog and project archive on Linnaeus’ disciple Pehr Löfling and his time, and my research on those topics, April 2011–

Tidens skiften (http://kennethnyberg.org/), a personal website and blog on global history, academia, technology, and current affairs, September 2010–

Webmaster for the homepage of the Maritime Research Network Triton, www.triton.hum.gu.se, 2009–2011 [now defunct]

Webmaster for the research project “Linné och hans lärjungar” [Linnaeus and his disciples], funded by the Swedish Research Council, www.caroluslinnaeus.org, 2002–2006 [now defunct]

Administrative experience (selected)

Member of the Faculty Board, Faculty of Arts, University of Gothenburg, 1 July 2014 – 30 June 2018

Member of the consultative assembly at the University of Gothenburg for the appointment of a vice-chancellor and deputy vice-chancellor, November 2016–

Member of the Department Board, Department of Historical Studies, University of Gothenburg, 1 July 2012 – 30 June 2014

Chair of the Board of Teacher Education, University of Gothenburg, 1 July 2010 – 31 December 2011. The Board has the overall responsibility for funding, co-ordinating and quality assurance of all teacher education at the University, which involves approximately 4,000 full time students (equiv.). The Chair leads the daily operations of the Board and its staff and represents the University’s teacher education programs both internally and externally.

Director of Studies for Teacher Education at the Department of Historical Studies (until 31 December 2008 the Department of History) at the University of Gothenburg, 1 March 2006 – 30 June 2010. The position entailed a comprehensive responsibility for all aspects of the Department’s involvement in the teacher education programs of the University, including co-ordination of first- to third-semester courses, curriculum development, course evaluations, and general study counselling for all of the Department’s teaching students

Other (selected)

Chair of the Swedish Society for Eighteenth Century Studies, May 2015–

Member of the board, Swedish History Teachers’ Association, October 2015–October 2017

Fellow of the Linnean Society of London, November 2005–

Member of the advisory working group, Centre for Digital Humanities, University of Gothenburg, January 2015–

Guest lecture on ”Svenska resenärers Kinabilder under 1700-talet” [Swedish travellers’ images of China in the eighteenth century] at the seminar ”Kinabilder” [Images of China], Engelsbergs bruk, 5 October 2017

Participation (with tuition scholarship) in course on “Fundamentals of Programming” at the Digital Humanities Summer Institute, University of Victoria, 2–6 June 2014

Guest lecture for teachers and students on “Linnaeus’s apostles and global history in recent research”, Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá, 31 October 2013

Guest lecture for students on “Los apóstoles de Linneo: Hacia una historia global de la ciencia”, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogotá, 29 October 2013

Guest lecture on 18th century scientific travel, Instituto de Historia [Historical Institute], Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Madrid, 30 October 2008

Guest lecture on Pehr Löfling at the Real Jardín Botánico, Madrid, 19 July 2006

C. 20 lectures for the general public or non-specialist groups, Gothenburg, Stockholm, Uppsala, Härnösand, and Gävle, 2000–2014