PhD student in the History of Ideas and Sciences since September 2016. My primary research interests include pragmatism, Anglo-American Idealism, historical theory and the history of historical thought. My dissertation is a study of John Dewey and R. G. Collingwood's attempt to provide a defence of humanist culture in the face of a crisis of modernity associated with tendencies such as the separation of value spheres, fragmentation of experience, alienation and individualism.
My master’s thesis at Stockholm University used a theoretical approach inspired by the pragmatist philosopher Richard Rorty to study debates on historical theory and epistemology among Swedish historians between 1965 and 2015. I have previously studied various cultural sciences and have written bachelor's dissertations in philosophy and comparative literature covering issues on identity, trauma, memory, and the relationship between historiography and fiction.