Over the last ten years, I have taught in five different Swiss universities (Bern, FernUni Schweiz, Lausanne, the EPFL, Zurich), in history and social sciences departments. I aim at using history to help students to address the major social, economic and political issues of our time. My most enriching teaching experiences have involved undergrad reading seminars on the history of capitalism (2017-18) and co-teaching an interdisciplinary introduction to economic history (2015-2018). I have also enormously enjoyed research seminars in archives, enabling both the transmission of the major tricks of the trade (Howard S. Becker), but also empowering students to produce new, archive-based knowledge and challenge the status quo.

University of Zurich

Probleme der
BA/MA Lecture ~50 students, 2015 – 18
Die schweizerische Variante des Kapitalismus? « Wirtschaftsgeschichte
der Schweiz im 20. Jahrhundert’
MA Reading seminar ~25 students, 2016
Geschichte der Kapitalismus. Neue Ansätze BA Reading seminar 30 students, 2017 & 18
Heavy Metal. Eine Sozial- und Wirtschaftsgeschichte der Metall- und
MA Research seminar ~20 students, 2016
Eine NGO für das Kapital? Die Internationale Handelskammer seit 1919 BA Research seminar ~15 students, 2017

Fernuniversität Schweiz

Modul Wirtschaftsgeschichte BA Lecture ~6 students, 2016 – 19

University of Lausanne

Atelier pratique de recherche: discours, archives et documents MA Methodological seminar20 students, 2017 & 18

Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (College of Humanities)

Histoire de la mondialisation MA Research seminar
as a teaching assistant
~30 students, 2010-15
Histoire de la mondialisation BA Reading seminar
as a teaching assistant
~40 students, 2010-15
Histoire transnationale de la Suisse BA Reading seminar~6 students, 2016

University of Bern

Business Interest Associations: the Swiss Case BA Reading Seminar ~15 students, 2009

University of Sydney

New history of Capitalism: Views form Abroad (with Aditya Balasubramanian)MA & PhD Winter school, Capitalism in Australia: New Histories for a Reimagined Future (Ben Huf and Yves Rees)~15 students, 2019