Careers

Since 1976, more than 700 PhDs have been awarded by the Department of History and Civilisation.

86% of our alumni work in academia and research. Our graduates can be found also within international organisations and institutions such as the European Parliament and UNESCO as well as archives and libraries.

Recent Placements of our Graduates

Patrick McDonagh (IRL)

Homosexuals are Revolting: A history of gay and lesbian activism in the Republic of Ireland, 1973-1993

  • Diplomat, Department of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Ireland


Elzbieta Kwiecinska (POL)

A civilizing relay. The concept of the "civilizing mission" as a cultural transfer in East-Central Europe, 1815-1919

  • Postdoctoral research fellow, University of Warsaw, Poland


Jan Rybak (AUT)

Everyday Zionism in East-Central Europe, 1914–1920: Nation-Building in War and Revolution

  • Postdoctoral research fellow, Department of Politics, University of York, United Kingdom


Ekaterina Rybkina (RUS)

Playing with Radio Waves: Radio Amateurs in Russia, 1920–1930s

  • Postdoctoral research fellow, Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany


Mikko Samuli Toivanen (FIN)

Colonial Tours: the Leisure and Anxiety of Empire in Travel Writing from Java, Ceylon and the Straits Settlements, 1840-1875

  • Postdoctoral research fellow, Munich Centre for Global History, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Germany

Maria Stella Chiaruttini (ITA)

The Risorgimento and the Southern Question: A Financial History

  • Universitätsassistentin (Post-Doc), Institut für Wirtschafts- und Sozialgeschichte, Universität Wien, Austria


Elias Buchetmann (DEU)

Hegel and the Representative Constitution

  • Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Klassik Stiftung Weimar and Gotha Research Centre, Erfurt University, Germany


Mark Alexander Dizon (PHL)

Inside the Island of Manila: Mobility and Friction in an Eighteenth-Century Hinterland

  • Assistant Professor, Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines


Déborah Dubald (FRA)

Capital Nature : a History of French Municipal Museums of Natural History, 1795-1870

  • Attaché Temporaire d’Enseignement et de Recherche (Teaching Fellow), Faculty of Medicine, University of Strasbourg, France


John-Eric Hansson (SWE/FRA)

To Teach Every Principle of the Indidels and Republicans"? William Godwin Through His Children's Books

  • Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow, Université de Versailles-Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, France


Tomaž Ivešić (SLO)

A Turning Point in the Yugoslav National Question. No More Room for Yugoslavs

  • Acting Director, Study Centre for National Reconciliation, Ljubljana, Slovenia


Pablo Hérnandez Sau (ESP)

A ‘Global Casa’? The Bouligny Family (1700-1800)

  • Research Associate at AHRC-funded project Project "Trajectories of Reform in the Spanish World", University of Manchester, United Kingdom


Mariusz Kaczka (POL)

Pashas and nobles: Paweł Benoe and Ottoman - Polish encounters in the Eighteenth Century

  • Post-Doc, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History, Frankfurt am Main and Lecturer in the Studies in Central and Eastern Europe program at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland


Suzan Meryem Rosita Kalayci (DEU/TUR)

A Nation of Orphans

  • College Chaplain and Director of The Sanctuary, St Hilda’s College Oxford and Calouste Gulbenkian Fellow, Faculty of History, University of Oxford, United Kingdom


Anna Maria Catarina Knutsson (SWE)

Smuggling in the North: Globalisation and the Consolidation of Economic Borders in Sweden, 1766-1806

  • International Post-doctoral Research Fellow, Uppsala University, Sweden


Nicholas Mithen (GBR)

The Disciplining of Historical Scholarship: Matteo Egizio, Naples and the Italian 'Republic of Letters', 1700-1734

  • Marie Sklodowska-Curie Research Fellow, Newcastle University, United Kingdom


Dieter Reinisch (AUT)

Subjectivity, Political Education, and Resistance: An Oral History of Irish Republican Prisoners 1970-2000

  • Government of Ireland Postdoctoral Research Fellow, School of Political Science and Sociology, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland


Gaël Sánchez Cano (ESP/FRA)

Spiritual Empire: Spanish Diplomacy and Latin America in the 1920s

  • Diplomat, Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Spain


Christophe Schellekens (BEL)

Merchants and their hometown: Florentines in Antwerp and the duchy of Florence (ca 1500-1585)

  • Lecturer in Economic and Social History, Utrecht University, The Netherlands


Bohdan Shumylovych (UKR)

Mediating the land, landing the media Soviet Ukrainian television and popular media culture, 1957-1989

  • Associate Professor of Cultural Studies, Ukrainian Catholic University, Ukraine


Waltraud Schütz (AUT)

Educational Entrepreneurs and the Politics of Schooling in 19th century Habsburg Society

  • Postdoctoral Researcher at the Institute for Habsburg and Balkan Studies at the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria


Giorgio-Giòrs Tosco (ITA)

In pursuit of the world's trade: Tuscan and Genoese attempts to enter trans-oceanic trade in the seventeenth century

  • Scholarship, Istituto Italiano di Studi Storici, Naples, Italy

Ángel Alcalde (ESP)

War Veterans and Transnational Fascism: From Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany to Francoist Spain and Vichy France (1919-1940)

  • Lecturer in History, University of Melbourne, Australia


Simon Amrein (CHE)

Capital in Banking: An Analysis of the Role of Capital in British and Swiss Banking, 1830-1990

  • Head of Programme MSc Banking and Finance, Lecturer, Lucerne School of Business, Switzerland


Maria Stella Chiaruttini (ITA)

The Risorgimento and the Southern Question: A Financial History

  • Assistant Professor, Institut für Wirtschafts- und Sozialgeschichte, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany


Brice Cossart (FRA)

The gunners and the Spanish Monarchy : science and technology in the shaping of a transoceanic empire (1560-1610)

  • Marie Curie Fellow, Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Seville, Spain


Koen Docter (NLD)

Exoticism, Criticism and Appropriation. Framing of Muslims in the French and Dutch Interwar Press

  • Policy Advisor, Province of Overijssel, the Netherlands


Simon Dumas Primbault (FRA)

Esprits de papier. Une histoire matérielle du travail savant à travers les brouillons de Viviani et Leibniz (ca. 1650-1700)

  • Collaborateur scientifique (Postdoctoral Researcher), École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland


John-Erik Hansson (SWE)

To Teach Every Principle of the Infidels and Republicans? William Godwin’s Books for Children

  • Teaching & Research Fellow (ATER), British & American History - UFR Droit, Université de Cergy-Pontoise, France


Tomasz Hen-Konarski (POL)

Cossacks and gauchos. Myths of masculinity in the political struggles of River Plate and Ukraine, 1830s through 1840s

  • Research Fellow, Tadeusz Manteuffel Institute of History, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland


Ola Innset (NOR)

Reinventing Liberalism – Early Neoliberalism in Context, 1920 - 1947

  • Public Events Officer, National Library of Norway, Norway


Kirsten Kamphuis (NLD)

Indigenous Girls and Education in a Changing Colonial Society. The Dutch East Indies, c. 1880-1942

  • Junior Researcher / Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin, Cluster of Excellence Religion and Politics, Westfälische-Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Germany


Suzanne Lassalle (FRA)

L’Arte della Seta à Florence. Une histoire technique, matérielle et sociale de la production des fils pour les ‘Drappi serici’ (ca 1450-1550)

  • Chargée d'analyses textiles at Musée des Tissus de Lyon, France


Özden Mercan (TUR)

In the Shadow of Rivalry and Intrigues: Diplomatic Relations of Genoa and Florence with the Ottoman Empire during the Sixteenth Century

  • Visiting Fellow, The Italian Academy for Advanced Studies, Columbia University, United States of America


Caroline Mezger (CHE)

Youth, Nation, and the National Socialist Mobilization of Ethnic Germans in the Western Banat and the Batschka (1918-1944)

  • Group Leader, INFOCOM Project, Leibniz Junior Research Group at the Institut für Zeitgeschichte, Munich, Germany


Ismay Milford (GBR)

Harnessing the Wind: East and Central African activists and anticolonial cultures in a decolonising world, 1952-64

  • Research Fellow, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom


Nicholas Mithen (GBR)

The Disciplining of Historical Scholarship: Matteo Egizio, Naples and the Italian 'Republic of Letters', 1700-1734

  • Policy Officer, Asia, Universities UK International, United Kingdom


Oleksandr Polianichev (NLD)

Rediscovering Zaporozhians: Memory, Loyalties, and Politics in Late Imperial Kuban, 1880–1914

  • Postdoctoral researcher, Centre for Baltic and East European Studies, Södertörn University, Stockholm, Sweden


Frank Ejby Poulsen (DNK)

A Cosmopolitan Republican in the French Revolution. The Political Thought of Anacharsis Cloots

  • Postdoctoral Researcher at the Danish National Research Foundation Centre for Privacy Studies (PRIVACY), University of Copenhagen, Denmark


Dieter Reinisch (AUT)

Subjectivity, Political Education, and Resistance: An Oral History of Irish Republican Prisoners 1970-2000

  • Fellow, Institute for Advanced Study, Central European University, Hungary
  • Fellow, Moore Institute, NUI Galway, Ireland
  • DAAD Fellow, Institute for Social Movements, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany


Noelle Nadiah Richardson (GBR)

Industrious Gentiles: Hindu Merchants and Middlemen in the Portuguese Estado da India c.1730-1850

  • Lecturer in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century History, Department of History and Art History, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
  • Project Leader, Leiden Global Interactions and Asian Modernities and Traditions, Leiden University, The Netherlands


Jan Rybak (AUT)

Everyday Zionism in East-Central Europe, 1914-1920: Nation-Building in War and Revolution

  • Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of York, Department of Politics, United Kigdom


Luca Scholz (DEU)

The Enclosure of Movement. Safe-Conduct and the Politics of Mobility in the Holy Roman Empire

  • Lecturer in Digital Humanities, University of Manchester, United kingdom


Andrea Talaber (HUN)

Protests and Parades. National day commemorations in Hungary and Czechoslovakia, 1918-1989

  • National Scholarship holder, Institute of History, Slovak Academy of Sciences / External lecturer, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic


Niccolò Valmori (ITA)

Private interest and the public sphere: finance and politics in Britain, France and The Netherlands during the Age of Revolution, 1789-1812

  • Post-doctoral Research Associate, King's College London, United Kingdom
  • Post-doctoral Fellow in Early American Economy and Society, The Library Company of Philadelphia, USA


Moritz von Brescius (DEU)

German Science in the Age of Empire: Enterprise, Opportunity and the Schlagintweit Brothers

  • Fellow, Munich Centre for Global History, Germany

Gabriele Cappelli (ITA)

The Uneven Development of Italy’s Regions, 1861-1936: a New Analysis Based on Human Capital, Institutional and Social Indicators

  • Tenure-track assistant professor, University of Siena, Italy


Tommaso Giordani (ITA)

The Uncertainties of Action: Agency, Class, and Revolution in the Thought of Georges Sorel

  • Postodoctoral researcher, Tallinn University, Estonia


Annelie Grosse (DEU)

The (Self-)fashioning of an eighteenth-century Christian Philosopher: religion, science and morality in the writings and life of Jean Henri Samuel Formey (1711-1797)

  • Research associate (wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin) Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Germany


Johannes Huhtinen (FIN)

Ideas of martyrdom in early Stuart public debates

  • Grant Researcher, Faculty of Arts, Psychology and Theology, Åbo Akademi University, Finland


Adriana Luna-Fabritius (MEX)

From Self-preservation to Self-liking in Paolo Mattia Doria: Civil Philosophy and Natural Jurisprudence in the Early Italian Enlightenment

  • University Researcher, Department of Philosophy, History and Art Studies, University of Helsinki, Finland


Bruno A. Martinho (PRT)

Beyond Exotica. The consumption of non-European things through the case of Juan de Borja (1569-1626)

  • Curator at the National Palace of Sintra, Portugal


Nicholas Mithen (GBR)

The Disciplining of Historical Scholarship: Matteo Egizio, Naples and the Italian 'Republic of Letters', 1700-1734

  • Policy Officer, University of London, United Kingdom


Mikkel-Munthe Jensen (DNK)

From Learned Cosmopolitanism to Scientific Inter-Nationalism – The Patriotic Transformation of Nordic Academia and Academic Culture during the Long Eighteenth Century

  • Junior Fellow (Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter/Koordinator) at Max Weber Centre for Advanced Cultural and Social Studies/Gotha Research Centre, University of Erfurt, Germany


Suzan Meryem Rosita Kalayci (DEU)

A Nation of Orphans. Silence and Memory in 20th century Turkey

  • British Academy International Newton Fellow, University of Oxford, Great Britain


Piotr Szczepan Kisiel (POL)

The Politics of Space:Symbols of hegemonic and non-dominant ethnic groups in the urban landscape of Prussia and Austro-Hungary (1867-1914)

  • Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter, Universität Konstanz, Germany


Kornelia Konczal (POL)

Politics of Plunder: post-German Property and the Reconstruction of East Central Europe after the Second World War

  • Scientific researcher (Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin), Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany


José Luis Ledesma (ESP)

Las justicias del pueblo : prácticas de violencia y revolución en la zona republicana durante la Guerra Civil española (1936-1939)

  • Profesor Ayudante Doctor (Lecturer) Department of Political History, Theories and Geography, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain


Vibe Maria Martens (DNK)

Indian textiles in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Denmark: Trade and the rise of a global consumer culture

  • Archivist, Gentofte archive, Denmark


Hanne Østhus (NOR)

Contested authority. Master and servant in Copenhagen and Christiania, 1750-1850

  • Research group leader, University of Bonn, Germany


Paschalis Pechlivanis (GRC)

A Differentiated Détente: The United States and Romania in the 1970s

  • Research Fellow at the Institute for Research in the Humanities, University of Bucharest, Romania


Frank Ejby Poulsen (DNK)

A Cosmopolitan Republican in the French Revolution. The Political Thought of Anacharsis Cloots

  • External lecturer, University of Copenhagen, Department of Political Science, Denmark


Laura Pozzi (ITA)

The Revolution of a Little Hero: The Sanmao Comic Strips and the Politics of Childhood in China 1935-1962

  • Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Faculty of Philosophy and Sociology at the University of Warsaw, Poland


Dieter Reinisch (AUT)

Subjectivity, Political Education, and Resistance: An Oral History of Irish Republican Prisoners 1970-2000

  • Lecturer in History, University of Vienna, Austria
  • Lecturer in Gender Studies, University of Salzburg, Austria
  • Adjunct Professor in International Relations, Webster University, USA


Andreas R.D. Sanders (NOR)

Europe’s Northern Resource Frontier: The political economy of resource nationalism in Sweden and Norway 1888-1936

  • Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Historical Studies, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway


Christophe Schellekens (BEL)

Merchants and their hometown: Florentines in Antwerp and the duchy of Florence (ca 1500-1585)

  • Research associate (wissenschaftliche mitarbeiter) in the Horizon 2020 project RETOPEA, Leibniz Institut für Europaïsche Geschichte, Germany


Waltraud Schütz (AUT)

Educational Entrepreneurs and the Politics of Schooling in Nineteenth-Century Habsburg Society

  • Project Assistant (Projektmitarbeiterin), Department of History, University of Vienna, Austria


Grazia Sciacchitano (ITA)

I dannati del Sud: braccianti siciliani ed andalusi dal 1946 ad oggi

  • Postdoctoral Fellow. University of St Andrews, School of History, United Kingdom


Jan-Hendrik Schulz (DEU)

Hungerstreikkampagnen von politisch motivierten Inhaftierten aus der Roten Armee Fraktion (RAF) und der Action Directe (AD) in den 1980er Jahren. Eine Geschichte des radikalen Milieus in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland und Frankreich

  • Scientific researcher (wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter), University of Hamburg, Germany


Kaspar Thormod (DNK)

Rome Reconfigured: Contemporary Visions of the Eternal City, 1989-2014

  • Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Copenhagen, Denmark


Moritz von Brescius (DEU)

German Science in the Age of Empire: Enterprise, Opportunity and the Schlagintweit Brothers

  • Assistant Professor, University of Bern, Switzerland

Anaïs Angelo (FRA)

Becoming President. A Political Biography of Jomo Kenyatta (1958-1969)

  • Post-Doc Researcher, University of Vienna, Austria


Christopher Bannister (GBR)

Crusaders and Commissars : A Comparative Study of the Motivation of Volunteers in the Popular and National Armies in the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939

  • Lecturer in Modern European History, University of Manchester, United Kingdom


José Beltrán (ESP)

Nature in Draft Images and Overseas Natural History in the work of Charles Plumier (1646-1704)

  • Lecturer (Attaché Temporaire d’Enseignement et de Recherche - ATER) in Early Modern History, École normale supérieure, France


Dorit Brixius (DEU)

French Empire on the Ground: Plants, Peoples, and Knowledge in the Service of Eighteenth-century Isle de France

  • Postdoctoral Fellow, Institut Historique Allemand in Paris, France


Cloe Cavero de Carondelet (ESP)

Art, Piety and Conflict in Early Modern Spain : the Religious and Artistic Patronage of Cardinal Bernardo de Sandoval between Toledo and Rome (1599-1618)

  • Research Associate, Institut für Kunstgeschichte, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany


Pol Dalmau (ESP)

Clientelism, Politics and the Press in Modern Spain: the case of the Godó family and the Founding of "La Vanguardia"

  • Humboldt Postdoctoral Fellow, Leibniz Institute of European History, Germany


Alexis Drach (FRA)

Liberté surveillée. Supervision bancaire et globalisation financière au Comité de Bâle, 1974-1988

  • Research Associate in International Economic History, Glasgow University, Scotland


Miguel de la Rosa (ESP)

Liberals and the Empire: Responses to French Expansionism under Napoleon III in Algeria, Cochinchina and Mexico (c. 1858-70)

  • Junior Lecturer, Sciences Po, France


Vedran Duančić (HRV)

Creating National Space(s): Anthropogeography and Nation-building in Interwar Yugoslavia, 1918-1941

  • Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science, Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Croatia


Helle Strandgaard Jensen (DNK)

Defining the (In)appropriate: Scandinavian Debates About the Role of Media in Children’s Lives, 1950-1985

  • Associate Professor of contemporary cultural history, Aarhus University, Denmark


Evgeny Khvalkov (UKR)

The Colonies of Genoa in the Black Sea Region: Evolution and Transformation

  • Associate Professor, Department of History, Higher School of Economics, Russia


Kornelia Konczal (POL)

Politics of Plunder: post-German Property and the Reconstruction of East Central Europe after the Second World War

  • Researcher, Hannah-Arendt-Institute, TU Dresden, Germany


Bram Hoonhout (NLD)

The West Indian Web: improvising Colonial Survival in Essequibo and Demerara, 1750-1800

  • Assistant professor, Leiden University, The Netherlands and Education Programme Director (N.W. Posthumus Institute, Radboud University Nijmegen), The Netherlands


Valentina Marcella (ITA)

Laughing Matters: Mainstream Political Cartoons under the Military Regime of the Early 1980s in Turkey

  • Assistant Professor, Università degli Studi di Napoli "L'Orientale", Napoli, Italy


Laura Jenny Antoon Mesotten (BEL)

Behind the Curtains of Diplomacy: The Household, Material Culture and Networks of French Ambassadors in Venice (1550-1610)

  • Process Manager Research and Open Scholarship, KU Leuven Libraries, Belgium


Caroline Mezger (CHE)

Youth, Nation, and the National Socialist Mobilization of Ethnic Germans in the Western Banat and the Batschka (1918-1944)

  • Postdoctoral Researcher, Institut für Zeitgeschichte, Germany


Paola Molino (ITA)

L'Impero di Carta. Hugo Blotius Hofbibliothekar nella Vienna di Fine Cinquecento

  • Rita Levi Montalcini assistant professor, Department of Historical and Geographic Sciences and the Ancient World (DiSSGeA), University of Padua, Italy


Diana Natermann (DEU)

Pursuing Whiteness in the Colonies. Private Memories from the Congo Free State and German East Africa (1884-1914)

  • Lecturer, Leiden University, The Netherlands


Ivan Obadić (HRV)

In pursuit of stability: Yugoslavia and Western European economic integration, 1948-1970

  • Postdoctoral fellow, Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb, Croatia


Carolina Obradors Suazo (ESP)

Immigration and Integration in a Mediterranean City: The Making of the Citizen in Fifteenth-Century Barcelona

  • Visiting Postdoctoral Fellow, Laboratoire de Médiévistique occidentale de Paris (LaMOP), Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne, France


Brian Kjær Olesen (DNK)

Monarchism, Religion, and Moral Philosophy: Ludvig Holberg and the Early Northern Enlightenment

  • Postdoctoral Researcher, The SAXO Institute, University of Copenhagen, Denmark


Alexandra Ortolja-Baird (GBR)

Where Philosophy meets Bureaucracy.Cesare Beccaria’s Social Contract from Page to Practice

  • Research Assistant, The British Museum, United Kingdom


Paschalis Pechlivanis (GRC)

A Differentiated Détente: The United States and Romania in the 1970s

  • Lecturer in the History of International Relations, Utrecht University, The Netherlands.


Petter Sandgren (SWE)

Globalizing Eton. A Transnational History of Elite Boarding Schools since 1799

  • Senior Lecturer (tenured), Department of Education, Stockholm University, Sweden


Pierre-Louis Six (FRA)

The Party Nobility. Cold War and the Shaping of an Identity at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (1943-1991)

  • Deputy Head at the Centre d'Etudes franco-russe de Moscou (CEFR), Russia


Andrea Talaber (HUN)

Protests and Parades. National day commemorations in Hungary and Czechoslovakia, 1918-1989

  • Postdoctoral Researcher, Masaryk Institute and Archives, Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic
  • External lecturer, Charles University, Czech Republic


Niccolò Valmori (ITA)

Private interest and the public sphere: finance and politics in Britain, France and The Netherlands during the Age of Revolution, 1789-1812

  • Post-doctoral fellow, EHESS, Paris, France
  • Earhart Fellow in American History, University of Michigan, USA


Esther Wahlen (DEU)

The Politics of Alcohol in Late Socialist Romania and Czechoslovakia

  • Trainee, Information and Library Services, Goethe Institut, Germany

Antoine Acker (FRA)

The Amazon's Last Pioneers. The Rise and Fall of Volkswagen's Development Project in the Brazilian Rain Forest (1973-1986)

  • Marie Sklodowska Curie Actions Fellow, University of Turin, Italy


Gustavo Alares López (ESP)

Las políticas del Pasado en la España Franquista (1939-1964). Historia, Nacionalismo y Dictadura

  • Postdoctoral Researcher, Juan de la Cierva Program, University of Saragoza, Spain


Chris Bannister (GBR)

Crusaders and Commissars: A Comparative Study of the Motivation of Volunteers in the Popular and National Armies in the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939

  • Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute of English Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London, United Kingdom


Jesús Bohorquez Barrera (COL)

The Rise of Global Cities and the Political Economy of the Iberian Empires:Havana and Rio de Janeiro during the Age of Revolutions

  • Weatherhead Initiative on Global History Postdoctoral Fellow, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University, USA


Gabriele Cappelli (ITA)

The Uneven Development of Italy's Regions, 1861-1936: a New Analysis Based on Human Capital, Institutional and Social Indicators

  • Visiting Professor, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain


Semih Çelik (TUR)

Scarcity and Misery at the time of 'Abundance beyond Imagination' : Climate Change, Famines and Empire-building in Ottoman Anatolia (c. 1800-1850)

  • Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Department of History, Koç University, Turkey
  • Visiting Research Fellow, Istituto di Scienze Umane e Sociali, Scuola Normale Superiore, Italy


Pol Dalmau (ESP)

Clientelism, Politics and the Press in Modern Spain : the case of the Godó Family and the Founding of 'La Vanguardia'

  • Research fellow, Cañada Blanch Centre, London School of Economics, United Kingdom


Oliver Dunn (GBR)

A State of Corruption. Fraud and the Birth of British Customs Taxation, c.1551-1590

  • Research Associate, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom


Alejandro García Montón (ESP)

Génova y el Atlántico (c.1650-1680). Emprendedores Mediterráneos frente al Auge del Capitalismo del Norte

  • Postdoctoral Researcher, Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Spain


Bram Hoonhout (NLD)

The West Indian Web: improvising Colonial Survival in Essequibo and Demerara, 1750-1800

  • Educational Director, N.W. Posthumus Institute, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, The Netherlands


Tilmann Kulke (DEU)

A Mughal Munšī at work: Conflicts and Emotions in Mustaʿidd Ḫān's Maʾāsir-i ʿĀlamgīrī : a Narratological Investigation

  • Assistant Professor in Islamic History and Global History, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Ilia State University, Georgia


Valentina Marcella (ITA)

Laughing Matters: Mainstream Political Cartoons under the Military Regime of the Early 1980s in Turkey

  • Visiting Assistant Professor, Università degli Studi di Napoli "L'Orientale", Italy


Diana Natermann (DEU)

Pursuing Whiteness in the Colonies. Private Memories from the Congo Free State and German East Africa (1884-1914)

  • Postdoctoral Research Assistant, Hamburg University, Germany


Brian Kjær Olesen (DNK)

Monarchism, Religion, and Moral Philosophy: Ludvig Holberg and the Early Northern Enlightenment

  • Visiting Fellow, Interdisziplinäres Zentrum für die Erforschung der Europäischen Aufklärung, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Germany


Luca Scholz (DEU)

The Enclosure of Movement. Safe-conduct and the Politics of Mobility in the Holy Roman Empire

  • Lecturer and Andrew W. Mellon Fellow in the Humanities, Stanford University, USA
  • Research Associate (wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter), Free University of Berlin, Germany


Hélène Soldini (FRA)

Les Rèpubliques de Donato Giannotti. Une biographie d'un Républicain Florentin du XVIème siècle

  • Lecturer (Attaché Temporaire d’Enseignement et de Recherche - ATER), Université de Toulon, France


Andrea Talaber (HUN)

Protests and Parades. National Day Commemorations in Hungary and Czechoslovakia, 1918-1989

  • International Fellow in the Humanities, Silesian University of Opava, Czech Republic


Michał Wasiucionek (POL)

Politics and Watermelons. Cross-Border Political Networks in the Polish-Moldavian-Ottoman Context in the Seventeenth Century

  • Postdoctoral Researcher, Institute for Advanced Study, New Europe College, Romania


James White (GBR)

A Bridge to the Schism Edinoveris, Russian Orthodoxy and the Ritual Formation of Confessions, 1800-1918

  • Senior Research Fellow, Laboratory for the Study of Primary Sources, Ural Federal University, Russia

Antoine Acker (FRA)

The Amazon's Last Pioneers. The Rise and Fall of Volkswagen's Development Project in the Brazilian Rain Forest (1973-1986)

  • Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Bern, Germany


Chris Bannister (GBR)

Crusaders and Commissars: A Comparative Study of the Motivation of Volunteers in the Popular and National Armies in the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939

  • Teaching Fellow, Newcastle University, UK


José Luís Gasch Tomás (ESP)

Global Trade, Circulation and Consumption of Asian Goods in the Atlantic World: The Manila Galleons and the Social Elites of Mexico and Seville (1580-1640)

  • Postdoctoral Researcher, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas-Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), Spain


Tommaso Giordani (ITA)

The Uncertainties of Action: Agency, Class, and Revolution in the Thought of Georges Sorel

  • Adjunct professor, Gonzaga University in Florence


Maria Kavvadia (GRC)

Making Medicine in Post-Tridentine Rome: Girolamo Mercuriale's 'De Arte Gymnastica'. A Different Reading of the Book

  • Administrative Assistant, Foundation for Economic & Industrial Research (IOBE), Greece


Evgeny Khvalkov (UKR)

The Colonies of Genoa in the Black Sea Region: Evolution and Transformation

  • Senior Lecturer, Department of History, Higher School of Economics, Russia


Daniel Knegt (NLD)

A New Order for France and Europe? Bertrand de Jouvenel and Alfred Fabre-Luce between Liberalism, Fascism and Europeanism (1930-1954)

  • Lecturer in Contemporary History, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands


Valentina Marcella (ITA)

Laughing Matters: Mainstream Political Cartoons under the Military Regime of the Early 1980s in Turkey

  • Postdoctoral Fellow, Kadir Has University, Turkey


Per Tiedtke (DEU)

Co-operation or Rivalries at Times of Crisis? Germany, Italy and the International Economy 1929-1936

  • Advisor, Wissenschaftsrat / German Council of Science and Humanities, Germany

Antoine Acker (FRA)

The Amazon's Last Pioneers. The Rise and Fall of Volkswagen's Development Project in the Brazilian Rain Forest (1973-1986)

  • Lecturer (Attaché Temporaire d’Enseignement et de Recherche - ATER), University of La Rochelle, France


Gabriele Cappelli (ITA)

The Uneven Development of Italy's Regions, 1861-1936: a New Analysis Based on Human Capital, Institutional and Social Indicators

  • Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Tuebingen, Germany


Christoph Kamissek (DEU)

"Transnationaler Militarismus". Politische Generationen deutscher Offiziere zwischen militärischem Internationalismus und imperialer Nation (1770-1870)

  • Desk Officer/Private Secretary, German Federal Foreign Office, Germany


Goran Musić (SRB)

The Self-Managing Factory after Tito. The Crisis of Yugoslav Socialism on the Shop Floor

  • Researcher, Centre for Southeast European Studies, University of Graz, Austria


Hélène Soldini (FRA)

Les Rèpubliques de Donato Giannotti. Une biographie d'un républicain florentin du XVIème siècle

  • Lecturer (Attaché Temporaire d’Enseignement et de Recherche - ATER), Université de Caen Normandie, France


Moritz Von Brescius (DEU)

Empires of Opportunity: the Careers of German Scholars in Europe's Overseas Empires, ca. 1840-1880

  • Assistant Professor, University of Konstanz, Germany

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