Dr Josephine Hoegaerts

Dr Josephine Hoegaerts is Associate Professor of European Studies at the University of Helsinki and Principle Investigator of ‘CALLIOPE: Vocal Articulations of Parliamentary Identity and Empire’. Her research focuses on embodied practices of citizenship and representation, and particularly on vocal practices of the self in the nineteenth century.

Josephine’s publications include ‘Women’s Voices in Educational Manuals. The Gendered Sounds of Speech Therapy, Song and Education in Europe, c.1830-1900’ in Women’s History Review (accepted for publication); ‘Intercession, Emancipation and a Space In Between: Silence as a Mode of Deaf Citizenship in the Nineteenth Century and Today’, jointly authored with Dr Goedele Declerck, in DigeSt (Diversity and Gender Studies), 3, 2 (2016); and ‘Speaking like Intelligent Men: Vocal Articulations of Authority and Identity in the House of Commons in the Nineteenth Century’ in Radical History Review (themed issue: Sound Politics), 121 (2015).