Teaching Fellow in the Social Sciences (2021–23)
PhD'21 (modern European history), University of Chicago

Research Interests

Nineteenth- and early twentieth-century Central Europe; Habsburg Austria; history of science; history of philosophy; historical epistemology; history of scientific communication; popular science and science popularization; Ernst Mach


"Wissen, um zu Leben": Popularization and Popular Science as Epistemic Practice in Austrian Natural Science, 1865–1916


—Historians Garner Teaching Prizes
—History Students Awarded 47 Research Grants in 2017–18
Discusses his dissertation research in Dialogo (blog)