Oral presentation, Poster presentations (Conferences)
Annual Antarctic Conference, Looking to the future, Christchurch (ICEFEST) 2012, Poster presentation: A dense fog hung over the waters…” Historic documents as database for modern science.
History Department Seminars, Term one 2012, Christchurch; Oral presentation: Fritz Loewe – from Greenland to Melbourne
Gateway Antarctica Research Meeting, 2012; Oral presentation: A dense fog hung over the waters…” Historic documents as database for modern science.
Heritage Conference, Conservation challenges, solutions & collaboration opportunities in uncontrolled environments, Hobart, Australia, 2012; Oral presentation: Modern science and historical data – ships journals and diaries.
Public talk for the Antarctic Society, Canterbury branch, 2011: Oral presentation: Rush hour in the Antarctic
AAEH XXII Bienneal Conference: War and Peace, Barbarism and civilisation in Modern Europe and its Empires, Perth, Australia, 2011: Oral presentation: Felix König: the European science community across the enemy lines during WWI.
History Department Seminars, Term two 2010, Christchurch; Oral presentation: Felix König, the man who challenged Ernest Shackleton. A biographical snapshot.
Conference, University of Adelaide: German-Australian Connections, Transnational and trans-cultural links between German speaking countries and Australia, Adelaide, Australia, 2011; Oral presentation: Fritz Loewe – from Germany to Australia with focus on his time in Melbourne
Annual Antarctic Conference The taste of the Ice, Christchurch, 2011; Oral presentation: Fritz Loewe / from Germany to Australia with focus on his scientific work
Public talk for Antarctic Society, Canterbury branch, 2010; Oral presentation: There is more to the (Ant-)Arctic than ice
International Polar Year Conference in Oslo, “History of polar exploration, cooperation, research and logistics”, Oslo, Norway, 2010; Oral presentation: Fritz Loewe – from Germany to Australia
History Department Seminars, Term one 2009, Christchurch; Oral presentation: “ Since therefore we could not proceed one inch farther …” Social historic studies on German and Austrian-Hungarian Polar-Expeditions 1868-1939
Annual Antarctic Conference, Sustaining The Gains Of The International Polar Year, Auckland, 2009; Oral Presentation: Dr. Felix König… Dr. Who? The almost forgotten Explorer.
Canterbury Historical Association, Christchurch, 2009; Oral presentation: “It’s a cold and dangerous place – life on polar-explorations” A social historic study on German and Austrian-Hungarian polar-expeditions 1869 – 1939
Annual Antarctic Conference. International Polar Year and the next Generation, University of Otago, Dunedin; 2008; Poster presentation: Social-history of German and Austrian-Hungarian polar expeditions 1868-1939
Gateway Antarctica Research Meeting, 2008; Oral presentation: The reality of an early polar-explorer
PhD-Conference in Potsdam, Germany, 2006; Poster presentation: “Nie Zurück”. Das Schicksal der österreich-ungarischen Nordpolarexpedition 1872-74 under dem Kommando von Carl Weyprecht. Auswahl sozialer Aspekte
Weyprecht Symposium, Michelstadt, Germany, 2006: Poster for the exhibition: “Nie Zurück”. Das Schicksal der österreich-ungarischen Nordpolarexpedition 1872-74 under dem Kommando von Carl Weyprecht. Auswahl sozialer Aspekte (with focus on Weyprecht’s biography)
2nd International Alfred-Wegener-Symposium 2005, Bremerhaven, Germany; 2005; Poster presentation: Overwintering in “Eismitte” German Greenland Expedition 1939/31
22. International Polar conference, Jena, Germany, 2005; Poster presentation: Überwinterung in “Eismitte”. Deutsche Grönlandexpedtion 1930/21
VIII North Sea History Conference, Bremerhaven, Germany; 2005; Oral presentation: Social conditions on German polar expeditions 1868 to 1939
Conference at the Leibniz Institute for Geography, 2004, Leibniz, Germany; Oral presentation: Diaries, notes, ship logs, correspondence as basis for writing biographies. Possibilities and Problems of Transcriptions.
XXVIII SCAR Open Science Conference, 2004, Bremen, Germany; Poster presentation: A very special ship´s log: the voyage of the bark ship with auxiliary steam engine “Grönland” under the command of Eduard Dallmann (1830 – 1896) to the Antarctic Peninsula during the years 1873-74