I am a postdoctoral fellow with the Consortium on the American Political Economy, an initiative fostering comparatively informed political science about the interplay of the United States' distinctive politics and markets.
Previously, I was a postdoctoral fellow with the Inequality in America Initiative at Harvard University (2021-2023). I received my Ph.D. in Political Science from Yale University in December 2021.
My research investigates the political causes and consequences of inequality in the United States, particularly how decentralized governance concentrates disadvantage by gender, race, and place.
To do so, I draw upon wide-ranging methodological approaches, combining historical/archival methods and interviews with a versatile, microtargeted method for opinion panels that track change in policy-affected citizens’ lives, political beliefs, and experiences of American democracy.