In June 2016, I completed my Ph.D. in Political Science (political theory) at the The Graduate Center, CUNY, where I also completed the Women’s Studies Certificate Program. My research interests include modern and contemporary political theory, emotion and affect, feminist theory, black political thought, and political theories of work and labor. I have taught courses at Beloit and at Hunter College, CUNY in political theory, constitutional law, and American politics. Please see here for more on my research projects, and here for more about my teaching and pedagogy.
During my time at CUNY, I was a Fellow at the Center for Global Ethics and Politics at The Graduate Center, and 2014-15 I was a Writing Across the Curriculum Fellow at Hunter College, working with the Reading and Writing Center and Political Science Department to provide pedagogy development for political science faculty as well as writing support and workshops to students enrolled in Political Science courses. Additionally, I am a co-founder and co-host of the Always Already Podcast, a critical theory and political theory podcast.