I am a doctoral candidate in the Department of Communication at Stanford University where I study media, technology, and politics. I am advised by ProfessorFred Turner.
I am also a research fellow in Consumer Privacy at the Center for Internet and Society (CIS) at Stanford Law School. At CIS, I write about the normative aspects of privacy and also consult on survey and experimental privacy research design.
My dissertation examines the democratic foundations of key scholars of the Information Society in the past 50 years. I aim to understand how their ideas have been weaved into broader cultural beliefs about the role of the Internet in a democratic society.
My research and teaching at Stanford have been supported by The Melville J. Jacoby Graduate Fellowship, and The Ric Weiland Fellowship. I am also a proud recipient of The Centennial Teaching Assistant Award. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you want to discuss research, collaborate, or just say hello.