I studied History and Germanic studies at the Faculty of Arts in Ljubljana. I graduated from Germanic studies in 2011 and a year later from History (Slovenians and the Wiener Moderne). In 2012, I became an early stage researcher at the Institute for Historical Studies of the University of Primorska, where in 2017 I defended PhD dissertation titled The Role of Russia and the Importance of Slavic Reciprocity in the North Adriatic 1848-1914. During the years 2013-2016, I was also a pedagogical assistant for the subjects of 19th Century History and Totalitarian and Authoritarian Ideologies of the 20th Century at the same university. I researched in Ljubljana, Moscow, Vienna and Trieste and participated in several international conferences.
I am an author of several scientific articles and chapters on gender history, intellectual history, autobiographical writing and women in afterwar transitions. I am also active in fields of literary and artistic production and I work as an editor and a writer.
I am interested in cultural and intellectual history, critical theory, popular culture and theory of history.