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Articles by Viktor M. Stoll

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Viktor M. Stoll is a PhD Candidate in History at the University of Cambridge and current Doctoral Fellow at the Academic Foundation of the Berlin House of Representatives (Freie Universität Berlin). His research explores the transnational influence of anthropology on colonial rule and development theory in the interwar Pacific. He received his MA in Modern History from King’s College London (2014) with a focus on comparative British, French and German imperialism in the Pacific.