In my PhD project, I look at interactions which took place in history (1800-2000) between different disciplines. I focus on disciplines where clear disciplinary boundaries are absent, to see what such boundaries are and how they are formed. I am currently tracing interactions which involve the discipline of general linguistics.
My research is part of the NWO funded project The Flow of Cognitive Goods .
2014-2016 Research Master (MSc) History and Philosophy of Science, Universiteit Utrecht. Master Thesis: Early Dutch Interest in Newtonian Mathematics: Adriaen Verwer (1654-1717) and Newton’s usefulness
2013-2014 Pre-master programme Mathematical Sciences, Universiteit Utrecht
2010-2013 Bachelor (BSc) Liberal Arts and Science, University College Utrecht, Universiteit Utrecht. Major in Science (mathematics, physics, chemistry) & minor in Humanities (classics, literature, history)