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I am a doctoral researcher at the European University Institute in the department of History & Civilization. My key research interest lies in cultural identity among migrant groups and women’s history. My current research focuses on the negotiation of cultural identity among Latter-day Saint Danish immigrants to Utah during the late 19th century.

I have a BA in Archaeology from the University of Reading, an MA in Cultural Heritage Studies from University College London. 

Prior to starting my PhD I worked in the cultural heritage sector in England for several years. I managed education and events programmes at various historic houses and have a great passion for history education.

For more information on my work experience please visit my linkedin profile,