2014 – Ph.D., History, University of Bern, Switzerland, and University of Durham, U.K. (joint doctorate; expected October 2019)
Ph.D. project: “Pining for Stability: The Borromeo Family and the Crisis of the Spanish Monarchy, 1610–1680,” under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Christian Windler (Bern) and Dr. Toby Osborne (Durham)
2012–2014 M.A., History, University of Bern, Switzerland
2008–2011 B.A. (Hons), History with American Studies, Plymouth University, U.K.
  • Court history and dynastic politics
  • Social relations: networks, patronage, and corruption
  • Art and symbolic politics
  • Early modern Catholicism
  • Early modern Italy and Spain

Ein Verteidiger adliger „Interessen“ gegen republikanische „Leidenschaften“: Nuntius Federico Borromeo als Akteur im Zwyerhandel (1656–1659), in: Beobachten, Vernetzen, Verhandeln: Diplomatische Akteure und politische Kulturen in der frühneuzeitlichen Eidgenossenschaft, ed. Philippe Rogger and Nadir Weber, Basel: Schwabe, 2018, pp. 45-67.