Anne Schult is a transnational historian of modern Europe. Her research focuses on the history of migration and the politics of the human sciences across Germany, Britain, and France in the twentieth century. She is currently completing her PhD in history at New York University and has been awarded fellowships from the Fulbright program, the DAAD, and the Social Science Research Council. Her writing has appeared in History of European Ideas, and she is currently co-editor of the Journal of the History of Ideas Blog.
Main Areas of Interest
- Transnational History
- History of the Human Sciences
- Late European Colonialism and Decolonization