Philipp Müller teaches Contemporary European History at the University of Fribourg, Switzerland. He received his Ph.D. from Humboldt University Berlin. The subject of his thesis was “Knowledge and Narration. The Aesthetic Understanding of History in Ranke, Burckhardt and Taine.” Müller has also published on the historiography of world history and historical theory. His current research interests are focused on economic and political liberalism in the twentieth century.
Müller is the recipient of CES’ John F. Kennedy Memorial Fellowship. He will be working on a book, which will investigate the changing ideas of capitalism and democracy in Germany and France between 1924-1952.
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Assistant Professor, Universität Freiburg
John F. Kennedy Memorial Fellow 2014-2015, CES, Harvard