I read history in Amsterdam, Paris, and Oxford, before taking up an AHRC-funded doctorate in history at King’s College London.
My research explores international relations, war and diplomacy, financial and economic history, and women’s history in the Atlantic World, 1750-1850.
My doctoral research, entitled Calculated Risk. Collaboration and Resistance in the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Netherlands, 1780-1806, explored Dutch financial diplomacy in the Revolutionary and Napoleonic era.
Currently, I am working on two projects. First, a study of female management of Dutch banking houses in the era of the consolidation of the Amsterdam capital market. The research explores how female financiers bridged the…