Alessandra De Mulder graduated from the University of Antwerp in 2018 with a master's thesis on the perception of eighteenth-century disaster victims in Dutch newspapers. She is currently a PhD Candidate at the Centre for Urban History (CSG/CUH) at the University of Antwerp where she works on a project about value constructions in eighteenth-century London auction advertisements. Her research focuses on second-hand household goods and examines the continuity and change in the metropolitan consumer mentality by combining digital and more traditional heuristic methodologies.


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