I am a Ph.D. candidate in Sociology at Yale University and a Fellow in International Security at the Belfer Center at Harvard Kennedy School, expecting to receive my degree in May 2021. My research and teaching interests are in politics, social theory, and comparative-historical social science with a strong and interdisciplinary focus on the historical roots and outcomes of revolutionary processes and political conflict.
My research contributes to the literatures on revolutions, state-building, ideologies, and social movements. I am currently engaged in two interrelated projects: (1) examining the impact of ideologies on state-building outcomes, and (2) investigating the roots of different ideological orientations.
You can learn more about my research and publications here.
I see teaching as a very important dimension of our profession as it has the potential to have profound impacts on students' lives. It is where we communicate accumulated knowledge to new generations and help their self-fulfillment. In order to achieve this important potential, I believe that the teacher should establish their position not through a relation of authority but one of mutual respect.
You can learn more about my teaching here.