I received my PhD in History in 2017 at the University of Gothenburg (Sweden), and have since been a researcher at Södertörn University and the University of Gothenburg. Currently, I am a guest researcher at the Centre for Privacy Studies, Copenhagen University. My research interests concern situations of uncertainty in early modern political culture, focusing on early modern Sweden (incorporating Finland and areas around the Baltic Sea). Currently, I am involved in two research projects. The first studies the reception and rejection of migrants during the early modern period, and the second political culture in forms of rebellions and the practice of state secrecy.