I am an Assistant Professor in the Economics Department at Hobart and William Smith Colleges, teaching courses in political economy, principles of economics, and economics and gender. I earned my PhD in Economics from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, studying political economy, economic history, and heterodox economics. I am also involved with the Center for Popular Economics.
Research Interests: Political Economy, Economics of Education, Labor Economics, Applied Microeconomics, Economics of Race, Gender, & Inequality, Political Economy of the Carceral State
“Three Essays on the Political Economy and Economics of the ‘School-to-Prison Pipeline'”
Econ 197S Fall 2020: Student Debt, Other Loans, and the U.S. Economy (UMass Amherst)
EC012C Spring 2016 Principles of Microeconomics (University of Vermont)
EC195 Spring 2016 Political Economy of Education (University of Vermont)