Reader in Early Modern European History
Ulinka Rublack was born and raised in Germany. She first came to Britain to study history at Cambridge University and the returned to complete a doctorate on the position of women in the criminal justice system during an age of state formation (1500-1700). She is interested in all aspects of the early modern period and writes to connect with past humanity. Ulinka has written on the Reformation, on state-building, dress and the material world, men’s and women’s lives, and she is currently writing a book about science and witchcraft which focuses on the trial against Johannes Kepler’s mother.
Executive Producer (interim) at Roundhouse Trust
Award-Winning Journalist & Presenter
Vice-Principal of King's College London and Trustee of the V & A Museum
Chairman, Evening Standard Ltd & Independent Print Ltd
BBC News & Radio Presenter