Why a remnant of patriarchal law still haunts Sweden

Why a remnant of patriarchal law still haunts Sweden

A centuries-old provision in Sweden's inheritance law means a noble family's property is often bequeathed to the first-born son. Although slowly dying out, it is still in use today, provoking controversy in a country that champions gender equality.

Uncovering Scandinavia’s LGBT Viking history at Stockholm Pride

Uncovering Scandinavia’s LGBT Viking history at Stockholm Pride

This huge collection of Swedish postcards captures 100 years of history in images

This huge collection of Swedish postcards captures 100 years of history in images