Julia Schmidt

Doctoral Candidate/Research Assistant

Bonn Center for Dependency and Slavery Studies
Room: 2.016
Niebuhrstr. 5
53113 Bonn
jschmid2@uni-bonn.de

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Academic Profile

I am currently focusing on the case study of Antonia Forster (1758-1823), the sister of Georg Forster. Antonia Forster was a teacher who worked in the big capitals as well as in the most remote places of Europe, generating a network that reached the best known academic and political circles of the time. Using this case study, I am researching asymmetrical dependencies in early modern Europe by focusing on aspects of gender, knowledge and labour.

From 10/2021
PhD Candidate, Bonn Center for Dependency and Slavery Studies, Bonn University, Germany

2019–2020
MA, Public Archaeology, University College London, UK [Thesis on: Development-led Archaeology and Public Benefit A case study of effectiveness]

2016–2019
BA, History and Prehistoric Archaeology, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

2018–2019
ERASMUS+ Scholarship, Uppsala Universitet, Sweden

From 10/2021
Doctoral researcher, BCDSS, Bonn University, Germany

04/2017–07/2018
Student Assistant at the Eurasia Department, German Archaeological Institute, Berlin

04/2019–08/2019
Student Assistant at the Eurasia Department, German Archaeological Institute, Berlin

2019–2020
Funding by the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service), Master abroad (Jahresstipendium für Graduierte aller wissenschaftlichen Fächer)

2018–2019
ERASMUS+ Scholarship, Uppsala Universitet, Sweden

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