Dr. Garloff visited colleagues at the University of Cambridge, including colleagues from the Cambridge New Habsburg Studies Research Network, in May 2022. She gave a guest lecture at the Centre for the Study of Global Human Movement and discussed her research project with leading experts of book history and members of the New Habsburg Studies Research Network, which enabled her to think about her second book project in new perspectives.
Moreover, Dr. Garloff was invited to publish her current research in an established series of book history. At the Cambridge University Library and various college libraries she studied a plethora of book catalogues of the Early Modern period. "These sources are important documents for my research, and it was possible for me to collect data for the application for a larger research project which I intent to conduct during a fellowship at the University of Cambridge in 2024." says Dr. Garloff.
Dr. Garloff wants to thank her hosts Dr. William O’Reilly from the Faculty of History and Dr. Jenny Mander from Newnham College, as they were extremely helpful and supportive.
BritInn was happy to enable this research visit in Cambridge.
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BritInn Fellow Report