I'm a Ph.D. candidate in the department of sociology at Princeton University. My research interests include inequality, the sociology of knowledge, and economic sociology.
My dissertation project examines the measurement and conception of inequality in the social sciences from a historical and comparative perspective. I employ a variety of quantitative and qualitative methods, including network analysis to identify citation communities and archival research on key historical figures and institutions. I am also working on a collaborative project employing an online experiment to study propaganda and its effects in mainland China.
I am deeply committed to undergraduate education, having served as a co-instructor in the Prison Teaching Intiative at Princeton for the past three years and as a preceptor in the sociology department for courses on statistics, social theory, the sociology of China, and economic sociology.
I hold a B.A. and M.A. in East Asian Studies, both from Harvard University.