From an early age I have been fascinated by history and religion, a fascination that has led me to a professional focus on early modern Europe, a field in which it is all but impossible to overstate the importance of religious belief in every facet of life.
2015--present: Ph.D. student, Department of History, Uppsala University
2012--2014: M.A., Early Modern Studies, Department of History, Uppsala University
Master thesis: God's Little Acre: Status and Power Manifestation on an 18th-century Swedish Vicarage
1991--1995: B.A., History with Religion minor, College of Idaho, Caldwell, Idaho USA
Bachelor thesis: The Wiccan Revival and the Foundations of Neo-Paganism
My doctoral work is part of the research project Herrgårdarnas hushållning. Ekonomi, hushållning och materiell kultur på herrgårdar 1700—1900, led by Gudrun Andersson (Department of History) and Göran Ulväng (Department of Economic History). My dissertation, preliminarily titled Up, Down, and All Around: Social Identity, Social Reproduction, and Social Mobility among Swedish Parish Rectors, 1700—1800, investigates clergy families in Trögds Contract in Uppsala Diocese, with a focus on their actions and interactions in wider society.
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