I’m a political and comparative-historical sociologist with broad interests in social theory, political economy, and the philosophy of the social sciences. My substantive research revises theories of political domination in light of a deep appreciation for change over time. In my book project, I show that the Latin American region's unprecedented wave of urban population growth profoundly shaped national political arenas.
I earned my dual B.A. degree in Sociology and History from UC Berkeley (2011) and my M.A. (2014) and Ph.D. (2023) degrees from the University of Michigan. I am currently a postdoctoral fellow at the Max-Weber-Institut für Soziologie, Universität Heidelberg and I will start as an Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Toronto in 2024.
This website has my CV and my contact information. You may also like to know that I help edit the American Sociological Association's Critical Historical Sociology Blog.