Aline Vogt

PhD Student

Researcher - SNF Doc.CH grant

Early Modern

Department of History

Kanonengasse 27

4051 Basel

Büro 201

Tel.:+41 (0)61 207 43 42

 

 

aline.vogt@unibas.ch

Project

Of Domesticated Women, Wild Men and other Animals. Human-Animal and Gender Relations in Natural-philosophical-moral Debates in Late Enlightenment France (1745–1805)

Personal

09/2019–02/2020 Visiting scholar at the German Historical Institute (DHI) in Paris.

Since 04/2019 Holder of an SNF scholarship (Doc.CH) at the Department of History, University of Basel

03/2018–04/2019 Holder of a Starter Scholarship at the Department of History, University of Basel

02/2015–06/2017 Master of Arts in European History at the University of Basel with a focus on gender history

Master Thesis: Sensitive Bodies and Moved Souls. Emotional Practices by Julie Bondeli (1732–1778) and Johann Georg Zimmermann (1728–1795)

08/2016–01/2017 Tutor at the Department of History of the University of Basel

08/2015–07/2017 Student assistant at the chair for Early Modern History at the Department of History of the University of Basel

09/2011–12/2014 Bachelor of Arts in History and German Philology at the University of Basel

2010 High School diploma at the Gymnasium Muttenz

Research

  • Discourse History
  • History of Emotions
  • History of the Enlightenment
  • Gender History
  • Cultural History
  • Human-Animal History

Publications

"Von domestizierten Frauen, wilden Männern und anderen Tieren. Mensch-Tier- und Geschlechterverhältnisse in naturphilosophisch-moralischen Debatten während der Französischen Spätaufklärung (1745–1805)". Presentation at the research colloquium on early modern history of the University of Kassel. Kassel, 13. 10. 2020.

"Von der nährenden Natur zur «guten Bäuerin»? Geschlecht und Mensch-Tier-Beziehungen zwischen Symbolik und Praxis". Presentation at the research colloquium on early modern history of the University of Basel. Basel, 7. 10. 2020.

"Wer hat Angst vor dem bösen Wolf?". In: Geschichte der Gegenwart. 27. 9. 2020. Online: <https://geschichtedergegenwart.ch/wer-hat-angst-vorm-boesen-wolf-die-debatte-ueber-wildtiere-von-der-aufklaerung-bis-heute/>

"Des hommes féroces, des femmes apprivoisées ? Dichotomies entre les sexes et entre les animaux pendant les Lumières (1745–1804)". Presentation at the "Séminaire de recherche sur les Lumières". German Historical Institute Paris. Paris, 13. 1. 2020.

"Vom Tier zum Mensch, vom Mensch zum Mann? Übergänge zwischen der Mensch-Tier- und der Geschlechtergeschichte". Presentation at the conference on 25 years Gender History in the Early Modern Period, organized by the "Arbeitskreis Geschlechtergeschichte der Frühen Neuzeit". Stuttgart, 24. 10. 2019.

"Animals, Gender and Feelings in Late-Eighteenth-Century France. Presentation at the Meeting of the British Animal Studies Network. University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, 26.–27. 4. 2019. Audio: <https://www.britishanimalstudiesnetwork.org.uk/PastMeetings/Emotion.aspx>.

"Beschriebene Körper und unbequeme Akteur*innen: Nachdenken über Körper von Frauen, Männern und Tieren in der Geschichte." Presentation at the research colloquium on gender history. Basel, 12. 4. 2019.

With Rosam Keller, Ina Serif: Conference report on the 42nd Renaissance Colloquium Basel: "Tiere". Basel 2018. All reports: <https://www.renaissancen.ch/berichte>.

"Emotionen in der Freundschaftskorrespondenz zwischen Johann Georg Zimmermann und Samuel Auguste Tissot." Presentation at the research colloquium on gender history. Basel, 24. 3. 2017.

"Empfindsame Körper und Bewegte Seelen. Emotionale Praktiken bei Julie Bondeli (1732–1778) und Johann Georg Zimmermann (1728–1795)." Unpublished Master thesis. Basel 2017.

With Jennifer Rabe and Simeon Jankovic: Conference Report on the 38th Renaissance Colloquium Basel: "Renaissance Books. A Mediology". Basel 2016. All reports: <https://www.renaissancen.ch/berichte>.

Memberships

Women's City Tours Basel (Verein Frauenstadtrundgang)