Isak Kronberg

Isak Kronberg

Doctoral student
Department of Cultural Sciences Faculty of Arts and Humanities
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Isak is a doctoral student in the Global Humanities PhD Program at the Department of Cultural Sciences in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at Linnaeus University. He is also a member of the Linnaeus University Concurrences in Colonial and Postcolonial studies and part of the Historical Treaties of Southeast Asia project.

Isak’s current PhD project focuses on gender, diplomacy and imperialism and how non-male actors and transgender practices shaped the colonial world of 19th century maritime Southeast Asia.

Previous work:

Myteri och maskuliniteter:
Brittiska och hinduiska maskulinitetsuppfattningar i Indien

På blåa hav och i mörka urskogar
Fredrik Adelborgs skildringar från Malaysia 1910-1934:
Från gummiplantagechef till generalkonsul

Sikher under Lord Roberts befäl 1852-1893
En studie av Lord Roberts syn på sikher i sitt livsverk 'Forty-One Years in India from Subaltern to Commander-in-Chief'


Degree of Master of Arts in Upper Secondary Education
Religious Studies & History
Stockholm University

Degree of Bachelor of Arts
Main Field of Study: History
Stockholm University

Special Officers Education (SOFU)
Military Academy Karlberg/ Joint C5 Warfare Centre


Gender, Diplomacy and Imperialism:
How non-male actors and transgender practices shaped the colonial world of 19th century maritime Southeast Asia