Frieda Schmidt is a new member of the HDSM team

Frieda Schmidt. Image courtesy of Frieda Schmidt’s LinkedIn account:

We are happy to share that HDSM has a new member in our team – Frieda Schmidt. Frieda is a cultural historian and data analyst with a strong interest in postcolonial studies and quantitative methods.

Frieda is the creator of the European Museum Collections of Aboriginal Material (EMCAM) dataset and has extensive experience in combining statistical analyses and detailed case studies. In her doctoral thesis, she investigated European appropriation practices of indigenous cultural objects during colonial rule in Australia using a mixed-methods design.

Previously, Frieda Schmidt served as a curatorial assistant at the Art Gallery of Western Australia in Perth in 2015 and 2019. She was also president of the Stockholm Dual Career Network management team. In this role, she led an international team of interdisciplinary scholars and organised academic career events and workshops. As a member of the German Association for Australian Studies, she is co-editor of the biannual newsletter, edits articles and is responsible for the creation of graphs and maps.

Since May 2024, Frieda Schmidt has been a postdoctoral researcher at the HDSM and is engaged in the Mixed-methods Digital Oral History (MMDOH) project.

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