I am a graduate student at the Government Department at Harvard University. My main research interests are political psychology, comparative political behavior, and the functioning of democratic systems. I am particularly interested in social cognition and the application of social psychology to questions in political science. My dissertation project looks at the impact of income inequality on political attitudes and perceptions of fairness. To find out more about me as a scholar, please visit the Research tab.
In my spare time, I enjoy cooking and am working on reviving my blog. I can’t offer you cookies over the web, but if you visit the Blog tab, there may be something new to read there!