Reader in Early Modern European History, University of Cambridge
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.
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