About Jeppe Mulich

I am currently a Teaching Associate in the Faculty of History at Cambridge University. My research focuses on the global history of empire and colonial expansion, especially in the Atlantic world and in the Asia-Pacific. Most of my work deals with legal and political aspects of this history, including trans-imperial networks, sovereignty and jurisdictional contestations, colonial cities and borderlands, and globalization as a historical phenomenon. Chronologically I am interested in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, but with an eye towards longer trajectories and lasting legacies. I was trained as an Atlantic historian and have broad interests in legal, maritime, and imperial history.

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