Project E04: Threat communication, coping practices and financial market speculation. Stock market booms, crashes and knowledge practices (18th - 19th century)
Project E04 investigates the threat diagnosis related to the stock market crash that occurred in the second half of the 18th and 19th centuries as well as the subsequent coping practices that were implemented. Special attention is paid to the relevance of diachronic interdependencies. In concrete terms, the objective is to examine how knowledge about hyper-speculation and price crashes that had been accumulated to that point influenced threat diagnoses and coping practices in the context of stock market crashes. The project thus applies the threatened orders model to achieve a better understanding of the re-ordering that occurred in the financial and economic system of order in the 18th and 19th centuries.
- History of knowledge and culture in the early modern period and the 19th century
- Economic history in the 19th century
Since March 2021
Equal opportunities officer
of the History Department at the Faculty of Humanities
Since August 2019
at the CRC 923 "Threatened Order. Societies under Stress" (Project E04)
2017 to 2019
Student research assistant
at the CRC 1070 "ResourceCultures" at the University of Tübingen
2015 to 2019
at the CRC 923 "Threatened Order. Societies under Stress" and the Department of Modern History at the University of Tübingen
2015 to 2018
M.A. degree course in modern and contemporary history
at the University of Tübingen
2014 to 2017
at the Institute for Eastern European History and Area Studies at the University of Tübingen
2011 to 2015
B.A. degree course in history and general rhetoric
at the University of Tübingen and Universidad de Sevilla (Spain)
- Editor of "Documents from the East India Company Directors," in Marlene Kessler, Kristin Lee, Daniel Menning (eds.): The European Canton Trade 1723. Competition and Cooperation, Berlin/Boston 2016, pp. 19-63.
- Editor of "Diary & Consultation Book of the Council for China for the Year 1723," in Marlene Kessler, Kristin Lee, Daniel Menning (eds.): The European Canton Trade 1723. Competition and Cooperation, Berlin/Boston 2016, pp. 175-225.
- Review of: Huber, Vitus, Beute und Conquista. Die politische Ökonomie der Eroberung Neuspaniens, Frankfurt/New York 2018, in: Zeitschrift für Historische Forschung 46/1 (2019), S. 159–160 (together with Laura Dierksmeier).
- Conference report: Indigenous Knowledge as a Resource? Transmission, Reception, and Interaction of Global and Local Knowledge between Europe and the Americas 1492-1800, 11.09.2018–12.09.2018, Tübingen, in: H-Soz-Kult, 13.02.2019 (Online-Zugriff).
- Conference report: The Soviet Arctic: Exploration, Investigation, Representation, 20.02.2014–21.02.2014, Moskau, in: H-Soz-Kult, 07.06.2014 (Online-Zugriff).
- Review: Anna Weininger / Christoph Dominik Blum: Rezension zu Richter, Katrin: Die Medien der Börse. Eine Wissensgeschichte der Berliner Börse von 1860 bis1933. Berlin 2020. ISBN 978-3-86732-356-7, In: H-Soz-Kult, 23.07.2020, <www.hsozkult.de/publicationreview/id/reb-29822> .
- „A terrible storm broke loose over the trading world.“ Contemporary perceptions of the European market crash of 1826; Workshop: Knowledge and Coping Strategies during Stock Market Crashes (18th to 20th Century), 29.-30.10.2020, Tübingen
- "Missionary Science in Latin America, 1500-1800: Natural Histories, Herbal Medicine, and the Inquisition," summer term 2019, University of Tübingen. (together with Dr. Laura Dierksmeier).