B.A. University of Virginia, 2019
My research interests focus on viewing the political, cultural, and social history of the Cold War in a global perspective. I strive to find connections between different local experiences of the Cold War, how they interplay to contribute towards a transnational understanding, and how they form a global narrative.
Recent Public Engagements
- “Actually Inflammable Socialism: Everyday Life Objects of East Germany.” 13 April 2017 as part of the Panel “Inflammatory Objects: What We Keep and Why” at the Institute of the Humanities and Global Culture, University of Virginia.