An Angier B. Duke Scholar in my final year at Duke University, my research interests lie in political theater, applied theater, and community-based performance. Particular areas of research are theater and the neoliberal state, democracy's role in participatory performance, and theater's relationship to gentrification.

The Me Too Monologues Handbook
Co-wrote an 80-page guide to producing and directing documentary theater about identity in college campuses
Co-written with Cara Peterson
Durham, NC October 2014

(Handbook Available Here)

Research Assistantship, Duke Political Science
 Researched ideas of personal, collective, and shared responsibility in North American political theory,
looking specifically at local agriculture movements and the Civil Rights movement
Conducted Research under Dr. Nora Hanagan
Durham, NC September 2014-January 2016