About Me

Stanton Nuclear Security Predoctoral Fellow, MIT

Ph. D. Candidate, Yale University

Hans J. Morgenthau Fellow, University of Notre Dame

I am a political scientist specializing in international security. My research agenda focuses on the ways in which nuclear weapons affect international politics and the implications of those effects for U.S. foreign policy. Specifically, I look at what nuclear weapons mean for the value of conventional military superiority. Do they render conventional superiority irrelevant? I have presented or will present my work at the American Political Science Association, International Studies Association, Midwest Political Science Association, the IS-ISSS Conference, and the Yale International Security Studies Colloquium.

Yale University, Political Science

Skip to toolbar