Intellectual historian

Art History Humanities and Sciences


B.A., with honors, Johns Hopkins University; M.A., M. Phil., Ph.D., Columbia University


Professional experience includes

Education consultant, UNESCO


Presentations include

“Rosa’s Afterlives: Revolutionary Legacies in Theory and Practice,” Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung; “Castrating Mothers, Insubordinate Daughters: A Feminist Reading of Peter Mullan’s The Magdalene Sisters,” Interdisciplinary Network, Dubrovnik; “Two Gospels of Redemption: Ernesto Guevara and Leonardo Boff in dialogue with Alain Badiou,” Latin American Studies Association Annual Conference (LASA), Washington, DC; “Herbert Marcuse, Prophet of Economic Collapse,” Public Intellectuals Conference, Harvard University; “Curing Contradiction in the Ave of Affluence: Marcuse’s Prescriptions for the Liberation of the Self,” Columbia University Libraries; “Keep Calm and Carry On: Marcus Aurelius’ Ancient Cures for Modern Ailments,” Association for Core Texts and Courses Annual Conference, Los Angeles; “Clastres, Abensour, Negri and Rancière: A Major Polyphony in Radical Philosophy,” Terceras Jornasas del Archive General de la Nación, Montevideo


Awards and honors include

Provost’s Hybrid Learning Grant, Heyman Center Postdoctoral Working Series Grant, Dissertation Writing Fellowship, Columbia Institute for Ideas and Imagination Doctoral Fellowship, Sciences Po-Paris Doctoral Exchange Fellow, Foreign Language Area Studies Fellowship, Columbia University; Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst Fellowship; Phi Beta Kappa