American political development. History of race policy and politics. The presidency. Wartime politics. Time and constitutions.
Current scholarship concerns the relationship between police and democracy in American history; temporal configurations in the American constitution, the causes and consequences of law enforcement patterns in the US South; and qualitative and historical methods.
New School for Social Research, Ph.D.
New School for Social Research, M.A.
George Washington University, B.A.
Awards and Honors
Fulbright Scholar - West Bank (2010)
National Science Foundation Collaborative Research Grant - Anti-Civil Rights Networks (2010)
Visiting Fellow, Charles Warren Center for American History (2006)
|GSAS||301d||Interdisciplinary Prospectus Seminar|
|POL||108a||Social Movements in American Politics|
|POL||108aj||The Police and Social Movements in American Politics|
|POL||113b||The American Presidency|
|POL||124a||The Politics of the Civil Rights Movement in the U.S.|
|POL||192b||Seminar: Topics in Law and Political Theory|
|POL||212a||Graduate Seminar: Research Methods and Methodology|
|POL||215a||Graduate Seminar: American Political Development|
|POL||215b||Graduate Seminar: Advanced Topics in American Politics|
|SYS||1c||How Do We Know What We Know?|
|USEM||5a||The Police and Politics in the Sixties and Now|