B.S., Indiana University, 2019
B.S. Thesis: “Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor: A Lackluster Military Leader or a Victim of the Times?”
Apprenticeship: Management Assistant for Information and Telecommunication Systems, Leopold-Ullstein-Schule
My research interests focus on post-1940s European Cold War political conflict and cooperation inspired by the struggle between socialist and capitalist ideologies. I am looking at the impact of state domestic telecommunications surveillance on how differences in privacy philosophy develop among Americans and Germans in business and politics.