I completed my PhD in History at Harvard University in 2016, and currently serve as a Harvard Teaching Fellow and a Research Associate at Williams College. My research focuses on the history of religion and modern American politics, and my dissertation, entitled "The Politics of Conscience: Religious Activism and Social Change in Postwar America," explored the history of the religious left from the end of World War II to the Carter Presidency. I am engaged in several related paper projects, including research on clergy support for abortion reform, the relationship between Cold War theology and the rise of religious student activism, and the role of interracial religious networks in the long civil rights movement As an undergraduate at Brown University, I completed my A.B. with Honors in History in 2008.
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