Anders Palm

Anders Palm.

Anders Palm (born 6 July 1942 in Malmö)[1] is a Swedish literary scholar and linguist. He is professor of history of literature at Lund University. In 2011 he received an honorary degree of medicine.[2] Palm is the principal architect of “Medical Humanities”[3] which today is included in the Swedish physician education, and means that the body is seen from a humanities perspective as from a normal medical perspective.[4]
Palm has also written books, among them Den svenska sångboken (“The Swedish Song book”) together with Johan Stenström.[5]
Palm received the Dobloug Prize in 2003.[6]
References[edit]

^ http://www.birthday.se/sok/?f=Anders&l=Palm&y=1942
^ http://www.sol.lu.se/litteraturvetenskap/nyheter/126/
^ http://kulturochhalsa.org/tag/medical-humanities/?country=Sweden[permanent dead link]
^ http://www.sol.lu.se/litteraturvetenskap/nyheter/126/
^ http://libris.kb.se/hitlist?q=WFRF%3A%28Palm+Anders+1942+%29&d=libris&m=10&p=1&hist=true&noredirect=true
^ “Archived copy”. Archived from the original on 2012-06-11. Retrieved 2012-04-27. 

External links[edit]

Anders Palm on Lund University’s website

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Dobloug Prize winners

Norway

1951: Øverland
1952: Ørjasæter
1953: Reiss-Andersen
1954: Krokann
1955: Wildenvey
1956: Boyson
1957: Vesaas
1958: Falkberget
1959: Sandemose
1960: Vesaas
1961: Larsen
1962: Hagerup
1963: Bruheim
1964: Nedreaas
1965: Borgen
1966: Sande
1967: Skrede
1968: Jacobsen
1969: Hauge
1970: Holt
1971: Mehren
1972: Børli
1973: Bolstad
1974: Bjørneboe
1975: Magerøy
1976: Hølmebakk
1977: Holth
1978: Sverdrup
1979: Rud
1980: Haalke
1981: Brekke
1982: Hofmo
1983: Takvam
1984: Andersen
1985: Eggen & Haff
1986: Carling & Hauge
1987: Haugen & Vik
1988: Hoem & Vold
1989: Lunden & Rønning
1990: Heggland & Løveid
1991: Hauger & Vindtorn
1992: Eidslott & Lønn
1993: Christensen & Falkeid
1994: Hansen & Bringsværd
1995: Askildsen & Ulven
1996: Solstad & Sæther
1997: Fløgstad & Vaage
1998: Alnæs & Bauer
1999: Fosse & Nesse
2000: Kjærstad & Økland
2001: Jarvoll & Steen
2002: Kittelsen & Ørstavik
2003: Aamodt & Christiansen
2004: Marstein & Tusvik
2005: Herbjørnsrud & Hødnebø
2006: Bramness & Gundersen
2007: Lie & Tønseth
2008: Hovland & Lindstrøm
2009: Lund & Øyehaug
2010: Rimbereid & Stubhaug
2011: Ødegård & Grimsrud
2012: Jacobsen & Einan
2013:
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