I’m a political theorist and PhD Candidate in the Department of Political Science at the University of Chicago. I work on historical and contemporary themes around the development of economic discourse, aesthetics, racialized labor, and technology in political thinking.
I’m currently writing a dissertation on capitalism and political theory, from the factory system to the Googleplex. Both my historical and contemporary interests foster an interdisciplinary dialogue with social and economic history, literary criticism, and the history of art.
I’m the founding coordinator of the Historical Capitalisms Workshop at the University of Chicago and a contributor to the volume Disability and Political Theory, co-edited by Barbara Arneil and Nancy Hirschmann and published by Cambridge University Press in 2016.