with Jess Brandt and Michelle Nowlin, 2017.

I am a Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of History at Duke University. My dissertation analyzes the evolving scientific, technical, and legal challenges in food safety and international trade over the past half-century. My work investigates the development of transnational, private, and global standards in food safety, and examines the role of multinational agribusiness firms in shaping both domestic and foreign policies regarding trade and commerce. Drawing on recent scholarship in business history, risk regulation, and regulatory governance, my research agenda is also deeply informed by related collaborations with legal scholars, environmental scientists, and historians of public health.

In Spring 2019 I will be teaching an undergraduate course, The Modern Regulatory State, which is supported by a Bass Instructional Fellowship.