I am a Ph.D. student in the Department of Sociology at Johns Hopkins University and a graduate researcher at the Arrighi Center for Global Studies.
I have an M.A. in Sociology and a B.A. in International Studies from Johns Hopkins University.
My broad research areas are global sociology, comparative-historical sociology, and world-systems analysis with thematic foci at the intersections of historical capitalism, war-making, class struggle, and geopolitics.
My research investigates the conflicts, compromises, and inequalities of global political-economic arrangements in historical capitalism and currently falls into three interrelated projects: (1) the political-economy of war-making; (2) the World-Magnates Project; and (3) the (un)making of global governance.
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