Christina Clausen studied art history and German literature at the universities of Marburg, Padua, and Berlin. From 2011 to 2014, she was a student research assistant of Prof. Dr. Horst Bredekamp and a tutor for art history and architecture at Humboldt University. In addition, she gained more working experience from internships at the Alte Nationalgalerie and the Kupferstichkabinett in Berlin. In 2014, she received her M.A. from Humboldt University in art and visual history. The title of her master’s thesis was “Picturing History and Monument Culture: Carl Hasenpflug’s Paintings of the Magdeburg Cathedral (1826-1837)”. From 2014 to 2020, she was a research assistant at the University of Hildesheim. During this time, she was a lecturer for bachelor and master courses in art history and architecture. In April 2020, she became a doctoral researcher in the LOEWE research cluster “Architectures of Order”. In her PhD project, she analyzes the visualization of architecture in models, engravings, drawings, and paintings and their use as teaching materials at European academies of architecture in the 18th and 19th centuries.