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Alexander started as a Senior Lecturer in Modern German History (with Digital Humanities) in the History division on 1 December 2014. He has a degree in computer science and a doctorate in history, both from the Technical University Darmstadt, Germany.

He was working in the software industry in Germany for many years, before joining the University of Portsmouth in 2007, where he became a Research Fellow in the geography department, acting as technical lead for the Vision of Britain website. In 2012 he was hired as Research Fellow for a digital humanities project with the Photographic History Research Centre at De Monfort University, Leicester. In 2014 he then worked as Research Associate on a project in Social Media analysis for the Centre for Information Management at Loughborough University.

Research Expertise and Interests

  • Digital History/Humanities
  • Spatial History/Historical Geography
  • History of Science, Medicine and Technology
  • German History (C19 and C20)
  • British History (Victorian and Edwardian)
  • 20th century European history

Research Degree Supervision

Alexander is happy to supervise research degrees in the above areas. There are opportunities particularly on the history of the Holocaust, as he is on the academic advisory board of the Holocaust Exhibition and Learning Centre that the Holocaust Survivor Friendship Association has set up in the university.

Research Expertise and Interests

  • Digital Humanities
  • Spatial History
  • History of Nazi Germany
  • History of Science and Technology
  • Underwater Archaeology


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