I study the intersection of fiction and economics. My dissertation traces economic thought in both novels and economics departments of the late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century United States. My work is situated in the fields of history of economics, nineteenth- and twentieth-century American literature, African American literature, novel theory, history of (neo)liberalism, and feminist theory.
I hold a master's degree in North American Studies with concentrations in Literature and Economics from Freie Universität Berlin.
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