I am a Faculty Lecturer in Political Science at McGill University. I received my PhD from Binghamton University in 2022, where I wrote my dissertation, "Religion, State, and Modernity: Defining the Contours of Desecularization."
My research tackles questions of belonging - what does it mean to belong? How does the human need for belonging shape politics? I take a mixed-methods approach to analyzing the role of cultural legacies and social capital in shaping socio-political outcomes, particularly the multifaceted relationship between religion and state in the age of globalization.
In addition to my research, I have cultivated a robust teaching philosophy rooted in my personal experiences on the Autism Spectrum. I believe that the individual matters. To that end, I seek to construct a collaborative classroom experience while avoiding a one-size-fits-all approach.
In my spare time, I make music. If you're feeling either charitable or masochistic, you can check it out on the music tab. You can also follow me on Twitter or even Spotify if you really, really want.
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