My research focuses on consumption and clothing practices in Tallinn, Estonia. Through sources such as inventories, wills and court records I explore what people did with their clothes and how clothes fostered social relations. As the vast majority of people did not have access to new garments, I argue that the term "consumption" is much broader than has hitherto been considered and goes beyond the acquisition of new goods.
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2015 - present, PhD student, Department of History, Uppsala University
2012 - 2014 M.A., Early Modern Studies, Department of History, Uppsala University
Master thesis: Costume and Control: Sumptuary Laws and Social Order in Seventeenth-century Tallinn
2008 - 2012 M.A. (1st Class Hons), History with minor in English Literature, University of Edinburgh, Great Britain
Undergraduate dissertation: Spectacular Marriages: Early Modern Festival Books and the 1568 Wedding of Wilhelm V of Bavaria and Renata of Lorraine
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