Graduate Teaching Assistant
Recipient of a PhD studentship at the University of Warwick in 2020, I am researching everyday understandings of the concept of 'the economy' in the United States and how it mobilises political action. I received my MA in International Politics and Europe from the University of Warwick in 2010 and my BA in International and Area Studies from the University of Oklahoma in 2008. I have spent the last 10 years working in international corporate conferences/events. My supervisors are Matthew Watson and Chris Clarke.
Although my PhD research is U.S. focused, I am more broadly interested in everyday understandings of 'the economy' and democratic action, including:
- Everyday political economy
- Protest and popular political action
- Economic ideology in everyday life
- Political rhetoric on the internet and social media
- Methods for accessing 'ordinary' political belief
- Political Economy of Immigration (5SSPP243)
The whiteness of markets: Anglo-American colonialism, white supremacy and free market rhetoric.’ 2022. New Political Economy. https://doi.org/10.1080/13563467.2022.2159354
'What was the original intent? The Tea Party movement, the Founding Fathers, and the American welfare state.' Journal of Political Ideologies, 2021. https://doi.org/10.1080/13569317.2021.1956758
Book Review: The Pound and the Fury: Why Anger and Confusion Reign in an Economy Paralysed by Myth by Jack Mosse. LSE Review of Books.