In 2018, I received my B.A. in Political Science and Economics from Ohio Dominican University where I wrote my honors thesis on Elie Wiesel. In 2020, I received my M.A. in political science from Boston College where I specialized in modern political philosophy and comparative politics.
My doctoral research interests include the history of ideas particular to twentieth century continental Europe. Currently, I am exploring the intellectual landscape of pre and post-World War II France, focusing on the emergence of French thinkers and their ideas. Some major themes include: the Holocaust, Catholic intellectual thought, and existentialism.
“Montaigne’s Method: The Meaning of the Essay,” Northeastern Political Science Association in Philadelphia (November 2019).
“An Economic Understanding of American Tax Cuts,” Midwest Political Science Association in Chicago (April 2019).
“A Painful Paradigm: The Technological Paradigm and the Environment,” 50th Anniversary Northeastern Political Science Association in Montreal (November 2018).
2019, W.B. Yeats Society Scholarship for Summer Research
2018, Third Prize in the Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity Prize in Ethics
“Why the Night Trilogy Matters.” New York: Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity Press, 2018.