Field: United States; Advisor: Farber; Year: 2017
I am a doctoral student in United States and Atlantic history specializing in the social and political history of economic thought. I have broad interests in intellectual history, historical sociology, and historiographies of historical method.
My two current projects are: an intellectual history of protectionism during the Age of Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars; a genealogy of work in nineteenth- and twentieth-century French social theory.
Before returning to New York for graduate school, I lived in Paris for seven years, where I taught history and geography at a French high school and academic English for the social sciences at the University of Paris-Dauphine.
Prospective students and any others interested in my work are warmly invited to be in touch.