Reut Ullman
Department of History
Reut Ullman is a Ph.D. candidate in Columbia’s History Department focusing on Early Modern and Imperial Russia. Ullman’s research explores the intersection of politics, philosophy, and science in eighteenth-century Russia. Her dissertation investigates the nascence of Russian science and the burgeoning of a distinct scientific culture on Russian soil before and during the founding of the Imperial Academy of Sciences in St. Petersburg. Her research interests include the histories of proto-industrial processes and technologies; Cameralism; Enlightenment thought; Patristic theology; commercial chemistry; and matter theory. Ullman’s research has been generously supported by the Harriman Institute through the PepsiCo Travel fellowships and the Philip E. Mosely and John H. Backer Junior Fellowship. 

Reut Ullman is a Ph.D. candidate in Columbia’s History Department focusing on Early Modern and Imperial Russia. Ullman’s research explores the intersection of politics, philosophy, and science in eighteenth-century Russia. Her dissertation investigates the nascence of Russian science and the burgeoning of a distinct scientific culture on Russian soil before and during the founding of the Imperial Academy of Sciences in St. Petersburg. Her research interests include the histories of proto-industrial processes and technologies; Cameralism; Enlightenment thought; Patristic theology; commercial chemistry; and matter theory.

Ullman’s research has been generously supported by the Harriman Institute through the PepsiCo Travel fellowships and the Philip E. Mosely and John H. Backer Junior Fellowship. 

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