Welcome! I am a PhD candidate in the department of sociology at New York University. I work on topics in political sociology, social networks, social mobility, and quantitative and computational methods.
My dissertation engages in the question of social integration of small and large social collectivities. On the national level, I study political polarization and integration in the contemporary US both in terms of political attitudes and ideology-based network segregation; on the smaller scale, my dissertation analyzes how ambiguity in multiplex role relationships shape the integration of naturally occurring communities.
Besides my dissertation, I am interested in network approaches to studying occupational mobility and in developing new models for the quantitative analysis of social phenomena.
|May 10, 2019||My paper “How Are We Apart?” has received the Dennis Wrong Graduate Student Prize for the best graduate student paper written or published in 2018 from the Department of Sociology, New York University|
|Apr 7, 2019||I was selected to receive the DeKarman Fellowship for the academic year 2019-2020|
|Feb 13, 2019||My paper “Was There a Culture War?” (co-authored with Delia Baldassarri) has been accepted for publication in Journal of Politics|
|Dec 5, 2018||I’ve received the Outstanding Graduate Teaching Award from the Department of Sociology, New York University|