Winter 2020
TA for HIST 17B
Office: HSSB 3223
Student Hours: M 1:00—1:50 PM

Personal Statement:

I am a PhD student in the history of science and technology. I am interested in Internet histories; the political and material stories of digital infrastructure.

I am also a research assistant for WhatEvery1Says, a digital humanities project by Alan Liu. You can find some of my latest work at my GitHub page,

My advisor is Patrick McCray.

Selected Publications:

  • Review of Sigrid Schmalzer, Daniel S. Chard, and Alyssa Botelho, eds., Science for the People: Documents from America’s Movement of Radical Scientists (2018), for Isis 110, no. 1 (March 2019),
  • “Carl Sagan’s Groovy Cosmos: Public Science and American Counterculture in the 1970s,” (Pullman, WA: MA Thesis, Washington State University),
  • “Orality, Literacy, and Science in Classical Greece,” Clio’s Purple and Gold: University of Washington Journal of Undergraduate History 2 (June 2012).