I am a recent graduate of the Religion in Culture MA program at The University of Alabama. Broadly, my thesis dealt with the narrativization of history and the politics of memorialization. Nana Rao Park in Kanpur, India was my case study for this project. I am also interested in social theory, digital humanities, and postcolonial studies.
I have presented at a handful of conferences and have contributed to the Studying Religion in Culture blog on several occasions. I use my own blog as a space to work through nascent ideas and reflect on new or interesting experiences. In May 2016, I received a BS from The University of Alabama in Mathematics (Statistics) and Religious Studies.