POSTDOC-PROGRAMM

Seit September 2013 sind die Partnerinstitutionen Gastgeber für Postdoktorandinnen und Postdoktoranden sowie eine Juniorprofessorin.

 

Postdoc-Programm Alumni 2013–19

 

  • Anuj Misra (MPIWG)
    • Early Modern Exchanges in Sanskrit Astral Sciences (EMESAS)

 

  • Maria Avxentevskaya (MPIWG)
    • The Physician's Stammbuch: Humanist Cultures of Knowledge Networking

 

  • Adrian Young (HU Berlin)
    • “Going Native”: Becoming the Other as a Mode of Knowledge-making in the British Imperial World

 

  • Guillaume Yon (MPIWG)
    • Economics as a Coordination Tool. Investment Planning in Électricité de France, from Nationalization (1946) to the 1970s

 

  • Isaiah Wilner (MPIWG)
    • Narratives of Transformation: The Globalization of Indigenous Knowledge

 

  • Dror Weil (MPIWG)
    • Transmission Of Medical Knowledge Embedded in Islamic Texts to China, 17th–19th centuries

 

  • Oriana Walker (HU Berlin)
    • Modern Inspiration: Breathing Between Laboratory and Clinic, 1885–1968

 

  • Michael Stanley-Baker (MPIWG)
    • Charting Interior and Exterior Worlds: Towards a Social Geography of Medieval Chinese Healthcare

 

  • Ylva Söderfeldt (MPIWG)
    • Knowing and Being Known: Hay Fever and the Fieldwork of Medical Knowledge 1897–1968

 

  • Anja Sattelmacher (TU Berlin)
    • Making Things Alive. Animation as Cultural and Epistemic Practice

 

  • Cesare Pastorino (TU)
    • The Material Origins of Experimentation: Disciplines of Profit and the Rise of Empiricism in Early Modern Britain

 

  • Giuditta Parolini (TU)
    • Uncovering Statistical Knowledge in Experimental Research

 

  • Thomas Morel (TU)
    • Markscheidekunst and Mathematics Teaching in the German Mining Academies

 

  • Ion Mihailescu (MPIWG)
    • Weather Charts: History of Graphical Representation in 18th Century Meterology

 

  • Robert Middeke-Conlin (MPIWG)
    • Numerical Literacy in the Old Babylonian Kingdom of Larsa

 

  • Elizabeth Merrill (MPIWG)
    • Fieldworks of Architectural Knowledge in Renaissance Italy

 

  • Minakshi Menon (HU Berlin)
    • Hortus Oceanus Indicus: The Calcutta Botanic Garden and the Making of the Indian Ocean Environment, 1786–1847

 

  • Han Lamers  (HU)
    • The Place of the Greek World. The Spatial Turn in Greek Studies (16th–17th cent.)

 

  • Damien Janos (MPIWG)
    • Between Harmony and Interference: Studying the Relation of Astronomy, Physics, and Metaphysics in the Works of Major Arabic Philosophers and Scientists (750–1200 CE)

 

  • Martin Jähnert (TU Berlin)
    • Photometry at the Lighthouse: Practical Knowledge between Field and Laboratory

 

  • Nadin Heé (FU Berlin)
    • Assistant Professor researching on Global History, Modern History of East Asia, History of Knowledge, Empire Studies, History of Resources, Environmental History, Maritime History

 

  • Rohan Deb Roy (MPIWG)
    • Imperial Insects: British Empire, Knowledge Networks and the Making of Medical Entomology, 1790–1920

 

  • Teri Chettiar (HU)
    • Inventing the Global Child

 

  • Irene Calà (HU Berlin)
    • Bleeding for Health. Galen’s Views on Phlebotomy and Their Reception in Medical Works of Late Antiquity

 

  • Angela Axworthy (TU Berlin)
    • The Status of Practical Geometry and its Relations to Theoretical and Applied Geometrical Knowledge in Sixteenth-century Treatises of Practical Geometry

 

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