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Biography, Education and Training
My interests lie the links between Europe and the modern Middle East. My work explores the rise of German multinational corporations and their involvement in shaping the politics of water in Turkey, Iraq, and Syria during the first half of the twentieth century. This intersects with histories of the environment, capitalism, colonialism, infrastructure, nationalism and preservation of local cultural heritage.
2016 Master of Arts in History, UC Santa Cruz
· Thesis: “Banking and Bourgeois Elites in Imperial Germany” Chair, Mark Cioc
2013 Master of Arts in World Heritage Studies, Brandenburg University of Technology
· Thesis: “Memory in Heritage Discourse: Media and German War Heritage 1945-1980” Chair, Leo Schmidt