CBS Executive
PhD fellow,


My PhD project “Between Copenhagen and Canton – a Matter of Distances” compares the proto-globalised maritime trade of the 18th century with the trade of the modern globalised world in the late 20th and early 21st century with a focus on Denmark and China.
I also work as a curator and historian at the Maritime Museum of Denmark, creating new exhibitions, answering queries, editing the museum yearbook and much more.

Primary research areas

  • 18th century trading and maritime history
  • 20th century globalisation and maritime history
  • Danish-Chinese maritime relations
  • Colonial History

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