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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Faculty of Humanities and Social Science - History of Education

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since 07/2019

Research Assistant at the Department of History of Education, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany and Head of the case study “The Myth of Scientific Neutrality. The School Educational Film in the Cold War” (within the Collaborative Project "Educational Myths - A Dictatorship and its Afterlife. Picture(world)s about Practices and Effects of Education, Upbringing and School of the GDR" at Humboldt University Berlin.

03/2018-08/2018

Research Assistant at the Hermann von Helmholtz Centre for Cultural Techniques (HZK), Humboldt University Berlin, Germany. Substitute (with Yong-Mi Rauch) for Jochen Hennig (parental leave).

since 2016

Work on the postdoctoral thesis "Abitur as an Administrative Act – Routines and Rituals in the German Abitur Examination". The doctoral thesis is part of the project “Abitur examination practice and Abitur essays from 1882 to 1972“.

since 07/2016

Research Assistant and Scientific Coordinatior of the Project "Abitur Examination Practices and Respective Essays From 1882 to 1972" Research Library for the History of Education of the German Institute for international Educational Research (DIPF) and the Humboldt University Berlin, Germany

since 04/2016

Lecturer at the Department of History of Science, Institute of Philosophy, History of Literature, Science, and Technology, Technical University Berlin, Germany

since 04/2016

Lecturer at the Department of History of Education, Institute of Education Studies, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany

10/2014-03/2016

Research Assistant at the Department of History of Education, Institute of Education Studies, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany

2013-2015

Research Assistant and Scientific Coordinatior of the Project “Laboratorium der Objekte” (“Laboratory of Objects”), a project on the usage of university collections and objects in academic lessons, Project Leader: Prof. Dr. Steffen Siegel, Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany

2013

PhD in History of Natural Science, Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany

Dissertation: Zwischen Gelehrtenwissen und handwerklicher Praxis. Zum mathematischen Unterricht in Weimar um 1800 (Between scholary knowledge and practice of craftmanship. On mathematics teaching in Weimar around 1800)

Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Dr. Olaf Breidbach and Prof. Dr. Jürgen Oelkers

2011-2013

Research Assistant at the Center for Research on European Romanticism and Novalis Museum Oberwidererstedt, Germany

2011

Thee-month stay abroad in Berkeley, California, English lessons at Kaplan International Center Berkeley and working on the dissertation

2007-2011

Research Assistant at the Institut of History of Medicine, Natural Sciences and Technology "Ernst-Haeckel-Haus" in the DFG Research Unit 482 „The Weimar-Jena Phenomenon. Culture around 1800“ in project E2 „Empiricism versus Speculation? Nature as Concept and Experience“, Project Leader: Prof. Dr. Dr. Olaf Breidbach, Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany

2009-2010

Parental Leave

2007

M.A. in Cultural History/Folklore Studies, Art History and Philosophy with spezialication in Cultural History, Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany

Thesis: Die Anfänge der Weimarer Zeichenschule (1774-1806). Zwischen Fachausbildung und Dilettantismus (1774-1806) (The beginnings of the Weimar Drawing school. Between technical education and dilettantism)

Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Michael Maurer and Prof. Dr. Reinhard Wegner

2006-2007

Research Assistant at the Department of Art History in the project „Raumanschauung: Mathematik-Technik-Kunst. Die Darstellung und Wahrnehmung von Raum im 18. und 19. Jahrhundert“ (Space Intuition: Mathematics-Technic-Art. Representation and

Sensation of Space in the 18th and 19th Century), Project Leaders: Prof. Dr. Reinhard Wegner and Prof. Dr. Dr. Olaf Breidbach, Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany

2003

Diploma in Fine Art, Bauhaus University Weimar, Germany

Supervisors: Prof. Norbert W. Hinterberger and Dr. Gerhard Schweppenhäuser