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Dr Soile Ylivuori (she/her) is an Associate Professor in History. Her research interests include the history of the body, materiality and experiences, gender and race in the early modern British Empire, and intersections of cultural history and history of science, including the circulation of knowledge and power. She is currently leading two projects:

Dr Ylivuori has previously held a Core Fellowship at Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies, a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research Fellowship at Queen Mary University of London, and a Beinecke and Lewis Walpole Library Research Fellowship at Yale, as well as worked as a visiting researcher at UCLA and University of Cambridge.

Dr Ylivuori’s publications include the monograph Women and Politeness in Eighteenth-Century England (Routledge, 2019) as well as peer-reviewed articles in journals including The Historical Journal and Cultural and Social History. She is currently in the process of finalising her second monograph on the intersections of whiteness and tropicality in the Georgian West Indies. Ylivuori has taught courses on early modern Britain, history of materiality and the body, and methodological approaches to gender and cultural history at Uni. Helsinki and QMUL and is currently a supervisor for Doctoral Programme in History and Cultural Heritage and Doctoral Programme in Gender, Culture, and Society. She welcomes potential postgraduate supervisees working on Britain and its Empire during 1600-1900, as well as projects examining interdisciplinary and intersectional histories of the body, material culture and experiences.

Asemat yliopiston ulkopuolella

Marie Curie Research Fellow, Queen Mary Univ London

1 tammik. 201731 jouluk. 2018


  • 615 Historia ja arkeologia
  • 1700-luvun tutkimus
  • Tieteen historia
  • Brittiläinen imperiumi
  • Sukupuolihistoria
  • Kulttuurihistoria
  • Aatehistoria