I am a Ph.D. student in the Department of Government, specializing in political theory. My research interests lie at the intersection of political philosophy and the philosophy of social science, with a motivation to draw on formal work, especially in decision theory and social choice theory, to explore conceptual and normative questions, often about voting and democracy. Recently, I have been intrigued by thinking about collective decision-making procedures from a historical perspective, particularly how collective decisions were made in ancient Athens and Rome, as well as how these procedures were received and evaluated by thinkers of the French Revolution.