B.A. in Honours History (McGill University), 2018
M.A. in European & Russian Affairs (University of Toronto), 2020
M.A. Thesis: “Shaping Europe’s Borderlands: Maps, Sovereignty, and Violence in Teschen, 1918-1920”
I study spatial history in Europe in the 20th century, looking specifically at the border changes in central and eastern Europe after the First World War. My Ph.D. research examines the mapping of Czechoslovakia from 1918 to 1920, focusing on the maps created for the borders with Germany and Austria.