CV

Education

 2012 – 2015 Universität Bayreuth, Germany

PhD

Thesis subject: The family in the Refuge: Huguenot correspondences and networks in the British Isles, 17th-18th centuries. Supervision: Pr. Dr. Susanne Lachenicht.

2010 – 2011 Université de Provence, France

Doctorate. 1st year.

Thesis subject: The family in the Refuge: Huguenot correspondence in the British Isles, 17th-18th centuries. Supervision: Pr. Anne Page.

2009 – 2010 Université de Strasbourg, France

Master of History

Final dissertation subject: Huguenots abroad: Communautarianism in European Refuges, 1685-1791. Grade: 16/20.

2009 – 2010 Université de Rouen, France

Licence (BA) in French Literature and F.L.E. (French as Foreign Language).

2007 – 2008 Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

Postgraduate Diploma in Modern Irish History.

2006 – 2007 Université de Strasbourg, France

Maîtrise (MA) in History (2nd year – 1st semester).

2002 – 2005 Université de Strasbourg, France

Licence (BA) in History.

2002  LEGT Bartholdi, France

Baccalauréat Littéraire, major: English.

Other courses followed

2005-2006: Ethnology, Chinese, Université de Strasbourg, France.

2004-2005: Politics, Economics, Institut d’Etudes Politiques, Université de Strasbourg, France.

 

Training

2014: TEI encoding (use of software Oxygen ©) for the project “Berliner Intellektuelle 1800 – 1830, Digital Edition group”, Humboldt Universität, Berlin. Use of network geo-vizualisation softwares: Nodexl ©, Gephi ©, Nodegoat ©.

2014: Workshops on Digitial Humanities: academic blogging (http://de.hypotheses.org), digital representation of networks (Nodegoat ©), Centre Marc Bloch and Humboldt Universität, Berlin.

2012: FBZHL (Centre for Further Learning, Bayreuth University), E-learning; Tests und Assessments mit Stud-on, Prüfungsangst.

 

 Research Projects

January 2014 – onwards: Project manager in “Berliner Intellektuelle 1800 – 1830”, led by Dr. Anne Baillot, Humboldt Universität, Berlin and funded by the Emmy Noether Programm. Digital Edition of the correspondence exchanged between the secretaries of the Academies of Sciences of Saint Petersburg and Berlin, Jean Albert Euler (1734-1800) and Jean-Henri Samuel Formey (1711-1797).<http:// tei.ibi.hu-berlin.de/berliner-intellektuelle/>.

September 2012 – onwards: Collaborator in “CITERE: Communicating Europe : Early Modern Circulations, Territories and Networks”, led by Pr. Pierre-Yves Beaurepaire, Université de Nice and funded by the Agence Nationale de la Recherche. Transcription work, presentation and publication of the correspondence exchanged between Jacques Pérard (1713-1766) and Jean-Henri Samuel Formey (1711-1797).< http://citere.hypotheses.org/>.

April 2012 – May 2013: Collaborator in “Diasporas networks, Diaspora Identities”, led by Pr. Susanne Lachenicht (Universität Bayreuth) and Pr. Myriam Yardeni (Haifa University), funded by the GIF (German Israeli Fundation). Transcription work, presentation and publication of the pastoral correspondence of Jean-Henri Samuel Formey (ca. 2000 letters). < http://www.fruehe-neuzeit.uni-bayreuth.de/en/research/GIF/index.html>.

 

Teaching Experience

University

January 2015: Guest lecturer at Universität Stuttgart, Workshop “Nodegoat, Palladio und Gephi” organised by Dr. Anne Baillot (HU Berlin – Universität Stuttgart). Co-teaching with Carolin Hahn.

November 2014: Guest lecturer at Lycée Jean Jaurès, “French Protestant abroad: Epistolary networks within the Huguenot community in the Refuge after the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes”, Hypokhâgne, Khâgne.

2014-2015: Lecturer in University of Bayreuth, Early Modern History (20h/Semester). “French sources in the Enlightenment: correspondences”. BA, MA.

2013-2014: Lecturer in University of Bayreuth, Early Modern History (20h/Semester). “Huguenot Trail: The French protestants in Bayreuth”. BA, MA.

Other

April 2014 – onwards: ca. 4 hours/week of French and Latin Teaching in Lernstudio Barbarossa, Berlin.

June 2010 – December 2013: ca. 60 hours of online French Teaching on www.learnissimo.com.

October 2007 – April 2009: ca. 190 hours French Teaching in Languages Unlimited School, Dublin Ireland.

 

Scholarships

May 2014: Summer school in Institut d’Histoire de la Réformation, Geneva.

January-March 2014: Scholarship from Förderung der Chancengleicheit für Frauen in Forschung und Lehre, Universität Bayreuth, Bayerische Staat.

November 2013: Huguenot Scholarship, Institute for Historical Research, University of London.

May 2013: Summer school in Institut d’Histoire de la Réformation, Geneva.

April 2012: One-month research scholarship, Institut d’Histoire de la Réformation, Geneva.

November 2011: One-month research scholarship, Maison Française d’Oxford.

 

Talks

2015

Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Germany

“Emmy-Noether Nachwuchsgruppe ‘Berlin Intellectuals around 1800’ and Research funding in Germany”, with Dr. Anna Busch, presentation for students from Ecole Nationale Supérieure (Paris). 26th January 2015.

2014

Université Paris-Sorbonne, France

“Les réseaux familiaux dans les correspondances huguenotes après la Révocation de l’Edit de Nantes”. Conference “Les mondes britanniques: une communauté de destins?”, 14th-15th November 2014.

“Between Saint-Petersburg and Berlin. Knowledge circulation between two Academies of Sciences: the correspondence of Jean-Albert Euler and Jean-Henri Samuel Formey (1766-1790)”. Conference “Historical Networks Research 2014”, 17th-19th September 2014.

Universiteit Gent – Belgium

“Between Saint-Petersburg and Berlin. Knowledge circulation between two Academies of Sciences: the correspondence of Jean-Albert Euler and Jean-Henri Samuel Formey (1766-1790)”. Conference “Historical Networks Research 2014”, 17th-19th September 2014.

Institute for Historical Research – The National Achives, London, England

“A journey through the Archives: Gathering a Corpus of Huguenot Correspondence throughout England, Ireland and France “, Conference “Early Modernists and the archives, 1400–1800”, University of London, 10th June 2014.

Humboldt Universität, Berlin, Germany

“Digital Edition of the correspondence between Jean Albert Euler and Jean Henri Samuel Formey (1766 – ca.1790)”, Workshop “Data modelling in digital editions of correspondences and their interpretation achievements. Ontology, Text genetics and strategies of visualisation. Datenmodellierung in digitalen Briefeditionen und ihre interpretatorische Leistung. Ontologien, Textgenetik und Visualisierungsstrategien”, Berlin, 15th – 16th May 2014.

2013

Universität Bayeuth, Berlin,Germany

“Les voix de femmes dans les correspondances huguenotes du XVIIIe siècle”, International colloquium “Diaspora Networks, Diaspora Communities: The example of the Huguenots”, Französischer Dom, Berlin, 13th-16th November 2013.

Universität Potsdam, Germany

“La correspondance entre J.H.S. Formey et Jacques Pérard (1737-1766)”. Interdisciplinary workshop “Jean Henri Samuel Formey, Wissensmultiplikator im Herzen der Berliner Aufklärung”, Potsdam, 19th-20th September 2013.

Université de Pau, France

“L’expression de l’amitié dans les correspondances du Refuge anglais au XVIIIe siècle”. International colloquium “L’amitié dans les écrits du for privé et les correspondances, du Moyen-Age à l’époque moderne”, Pau, 29th-30th May and 1st June 2013.

Université de Strasbourg, France

“Bastions huguenots en Irlande à l’époque moderne: l’établissement de la communauté protestante, entre mythe et réalité”. International colloquium, SOFEIR “Irish country towns and smaller cities”, Strasbourg, 15th-16th March 2013.

Institute for Historical Research, London, England

“‘Vous avez senti vous-même combien j’avais besoin d’aide pour ne pas m’égarer’: A Distance Education in the 18th century: Correspondence between Jean-André De Luc and his Children”, International Workshop “Politics & Education in the very long Eighteenth-century”, 9th March 2013.

Humboldt Universität, Berlin, Germany

5th ADEF. Junior Workshop, State of research.

2012

Bayreuth Universität, Germany

PhD project presentation, Interdisciplinary research colloquium.

Université de Bordeaux, France

“La médiatisation du littéraire dans les correspondances familiales huguenotes du Refuge anglais au XVIIIe siècle”, International colloquium “La médiatisation du littéraire dans l’Europe des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles”, 24th-25th May 2012.

Université Lumière Lyon-2, France

“Les relations familiales à travers les correspondances des Huguenots du Refuge britannique: exemple de la famille Ourry”, Workshop “Correspondences:1600-1800”, 15th-16th March 2012.

Université de Brest, France

“Un microcosme en pays étranger: la sociabilité intra et extra-communautaire dans les cercles huguenots de Londres au XVIIIe siècle”, International Colloquium “Sociability in Great-Britain and France in the Enlightenment: forms, functions and operational modes”, 8th-9th March 2012.

2011

Center for British Studies, Humboldt Universität, Berlin, Germany

“Letters to a distant father: Family relationship in 18th century Refuge”, 4th ADEF Junior Workshop, Centre for British Studies.

Centre for French Studies, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

Presentation of the research project “De Luc family correspondence”.

2008 

Aberystwyth University, Wales

“Huguenots abroad: being a stranger in Ireland, 17th – 18th century “, 22nd annual conference of the Society for the Study of French History “Confrontations – Affrontements”, 3-4th July 2008.

 

Languages skills

French : mother tongue

English: C2

German: C1

Spanish: B1

Chinese: B1 (HSK level 2 obtained in November 2011)

Latin

Ancient Greek

Egyptian hieroglyphic system

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