2007-2008  Studies of History and Comparative American Studies at the University of Warwick (ERASMUS grant)
2004-2011 Studies of Anglo-American History, Modern History, and English at the University of Cologne

wissenschaftliche Abschlüsse

2011 Magister degree, title of the Magister’s thesis: Between Fur Caps, French Women, and Foreign Affairs: Benjamin Franklin’s Demeanour as Commissioner of the Court of Louis XVI, 1776-78

beruflicher Werdegang

10/2014-12/2014 Visiting Researcher Canadian Museum of History; Gatineau, Que., Kanada
10/2014 Visiting Researcher Royal Saskatchewan Museum; Regina, Sask., Kanada
01/2014-02/2014 Visiting Researcher National Museum of the American Indian, Wahsington, D.C., USA
11/2013-12/2013 Visiting Researcher Canadian Museum of Civilization; Gatineau, Que., Kanada
10/2013-11/2013 Visiting Researcher Royal Saskatchewan Museum; Regina, Sask., Kanada
09/2013 Discussant. Contested Knowledge in the Western Hemisphere (1500-1900), International Workshop, Rostock University
seit 2013 Doctoral candidate in History with the IRTG Diversity, University of Trier, supervisors: Ursula Lehmkuhl, Wolfgang Klooß, Carolyn Podruchny
2012-2013 Lecturer at the Anglo-American Departement of the School of History, University of Cologne
2012 Research assistant for the preparation of a third party funds application, International History, University of Trier
2009-2010 Student assistant with the project on colonialism and African diaspora on picture postcards (SFB 427), University of Cologne

Bibliographie im Aufbau

Clothes and Identities: Métis and Other Aboriginal Peoples Moccasins in the Canadian Prairie , 1840-1910
im Rahmen der "Annual Conference of the Historians in the DGFA", Tutzing, 08.-10.02.2013

Material Métissage; Moccasins as Materialisation of First Nations and White Influence on Métis Identity
im Rahmen des International Colloquium „Le Canada: une culture de métissage / Transcultural Canada“, Winnipeg, 25.-26.10.2013

Brokers of Material Culture; the Métis in the Contact Zone of the Northern Great Plains During the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century
im Rahmen der MESEA Conference „Crossing Boundaries in a Post-Ethnic Era - Interdisciplinary Approaches and Negotiations“, Saarbrücken, 29.05.2014-01.06.2014

Vested Diversity: Metis Clothing in 19th Century Saskatchewan
im Royal Saskatchewan Museum, Regina, 31.10.2014

Nineteenth-Century Metis Material Culture in the Red River Valley: Artefact Adoption, Translation, and Hybridisation
im Rahmen des „History of Indigenous Peoples Network at the Robarts Centre“, York, 05.12.2014

‚Many Threads to the Sash‘: Transforming Meanings of the Ceinture Fléchée in Canadian History
im Rahmen der "12th Graduate Student Conference in Canadian Studies", Potsdam, 03.-05.07.2015

Revising settler-colonial surveying: A translocal view on aboriginal peoples‘ role in land surveys in 19th century Australia and Canada
im Rahmen der "Third Bremen Conference on Language and Literature in Colonial and Postcolonial Contexts", Bremen, 15.-18.03.2016