Professor Wennerlind recently published an article in the American Historical ReviewThe editor summarizes Wennerlind's article: "'Atlantis Restored: Natural Knowledge and Political Economy in Early Modern Sweden' looks at how elites strove to establish a new economic base to support Sweden’s growing geopolitical prominence after the Thirty Years’ War. He traces the impact on Swedish thinkers such as Carl Linnaeus of an emergent pan-European discourse that sought to use scientific knowledge to transform nature into usable wealth. These self-styled improvers, Wennerlind argues, forged a vision through which they hoped Sweden could embark on a new trajectory of economic growth and political power."  Read it here.