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Kristian Gerner
Kristian Gerner (Swedish pronunciation: [krɪˈɧanː ɡæːɳɛr];[surname tone?] born 25 May 1942) is a Swedish historian, author, expert on Eastern Europe and Professor of History at Lund University (since 2002). From 1994 to 2002, he was Professor of Eastern European History and Culture, also at Uppsala University. Gerner earned his doctorate at Lund in 1984.[1]
Kristian Gerner in 2012
He is a board member of the Institute for Information on the Crimes of Communism.
On 4 December 2013, in the Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet, he commented on a clip sent on Russian state television where a Swedish children's programme was used as an example, saying that he recognized the arguments from Russian propaganda, calling them sexuality hostile and homophobic, and also saying that they represented a totally heinous atmosphere pursued by the Putin leadership in tight coalition with the Russian Orthodox church.[2]
Publications
References
  1. ^ Historiska institutionen: Kristian GernerArchived 2005-03-28 at the Wayback Machine, läst 20 augusti 2009
  2. ^ Kallar sändningen för sexualfientlig propaganda
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