I am currently an Early Career Fellow at the Institute of Advanced Study (IAS) and a seminar tutor in the School of Modern Languages (French Studies) and the Department of History. My PhD research explored the manifold ways in which insects and humans interacted during the period of the French Enlightenment, and asked in what ways investigations of animals contributed to new ways of governing humans. This project was jointly supervised by Dr. Katherine Astbury and Dr. Claudia Stein.
Before coming to Warwick, I completed a BA at the University of Oxford (French and Italian) and a MA at UCL (Language, History and Culture).
From January to June 2015 I was a visiting predoctoral research fellow at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science in Berlin (I am a native speaker of German as well as English).
E dot Wallmann at warwick dot ac dot uk