I was a founding member, convener, and producer of Interventions: The Intellectual History Podcast. It introduces intellectual historians and their work to everyone with an interest in history and politics.

On Interventions, I was in conversation with Valentina Arena (UCL), Anna Becker (Aarhus), Duncan Bell (Cambridge), Annabel Brett (Cambridge), Benjamin Slingo (Cambridge), Sophie Smith (Oxford), and Banu Turnaoğlu (Cambridge).


On Blick TV, Britta-Marie Schenk and I talked about our essay on the history of ‘car posers’ (Autoposer). The interview from December 2021 can be watched here (in Swiss German).

Romina Zamora (Tucumán, Argentina) interviewed me for the series ‘La Historia da Respuestas.’ We talked about life in Switzerland in times of corona, and how historical perspectives can help us make sense of the present crisis. The interview was recorded in May 2020 and is available on YouTube (in Spanish).


Digital communications

I have set up and am running the Twitter account for the Department of History at Lucerne. Together with Marie Schenk, I am also convening the student-led Instagram video series #historystories. The first instalment can be viewed here.

From 2018–2020, I was the Graduate Assistant of The Historical Journal. In this capacity, I managed the journal’s Twitter account, commissioned blog posts, and helped set up other publicity-related initiatives.

I also served as the digital comms coordinator of the Cambridge Centre for Political Thought from 2017–2019.