I am a Social Science and Humanities Research Fellow in the Department of Government at Cornell University.
I earned my Ph.D. in Political Science at the University of Toronto, my M.A. in Government at Georgetown University, and my B.A. in Political Science and Philosophy at the Colorado College.
My research is rooted in democratic theory and the history of political philosophy. In each of my projects, I examine how particular ideas and configurations of power shape how citizens interact with their political community. The questions I pursue require attending to the intersections of politics, society, and culture; my approach to theory formation is therefore interdisciplinary and historically situated.
Thank you for your interest in my work!