About

I recently completed my PhD in German Studies at the University of Liverpool. My thesis, Memory, Education, Circulation, Prestige: Form and Function of the Austrian Manuscript Cookery Book in the Long Eighteenth Century, focuses on the late eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century manuscript cookery book as object, its function, and female authorship and ownership. My publications in the history of food and cookery include ‘The ‘Who’ of Manuscript Recipe Books: Tracing Professional Scribes’, in Sjuttonhundratal: Nordic Yearbook for Eighteenth-Century Studies (2017) and ‘The Roast Charade: Travelling Recipes and their Alteration in the Long Eighteenth Century’, in Tim Berndtsson et al (eds.), Traces of Transnational Relations in the Eighteenth Century (Uppsala 2015).

Education

University of Liverpool, United Kingdom

PhD in German Sept. 2012 – Jun. 2019

Part-time, degree awarded 3 June 2019

Dissertation: Memory, Education, Circulation, Prestige: Form and Function of the Austrian Manuscript Cookery Book in the Long Eighteenth Century

Supervisors: Prof Eve Rosenhaft and Dr Godfried Croenen

 

University of Graz, Austria

PhD in German Literature and Language Apr. 2010 – Oct. 2012

Transferred to the University of Liverpool in 2012

Dissertation: „Zum Gebrauche aller Kochlustigen …“ Das ‚Frauenkochbuch‘ Ms. 1963

Supervisors: Ao.Univ.-Prof. Mag. Dr.phil. Beatrix Müller-Kampel and Univ.-Doz. Dr. tit.Univ.-Prof. Günther Jontes

 

University of Graz, Austria

MA in German Literature and Language Mar. 2008 – Apr. 2010

Thesis: Der Spiegel im Spiegel. Ein Labyrinth. Zur Symbolik von Michael Ende (Mirror in the Mirror. On Michael Ende’s Symbolism)

 

University of Graz, Austria

BA in German Literature and Language Oct. 2004 – Feb. 2008

Thesis: Letale Mutterliebe. Szenen einer Mutter-Kind-Beziehung zwischen Traum und Trauma in Wolframs von Eschenbach ‘Parzivâl‘ (Mother and Child in Wolfram‘s von Eschenbach Parzivâl)

 

HTBLVA Ortweinschule Graz, Austria (Master School of Art and Design)

Degree in Fine Arts Sept. 2004 – Jul. 2006

Comprehensive study of various fine art techniques (e. g., painting in oil, acrylic and watercolour, woodcut, lino-print, photography) by Richard Frankenberger and Hans Szyszkowitz. Final degree awarded with distinction.

 

Memberships

Alumni Uni Graz

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Semiotik (DGS)

Deutscher Germanistenverband (DGV)

German History Society (GHS)

Women in German Studies (WIGS)

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