Current interests: German and French philosophical tradition: aesthetics, ethics, critical theory; modernity; realism; literary form; constitutional law; cultural-intellectual history of Central and Eastern Europe
Past work on topics of otherness in XX-XXIc. eur. literature (gender/sexuality) and politics (refugeehood/asylum); cinema theory (spectatorship, psychoanalysis); production: documentary, experimental; screenwriting: TV, short film
Ph.D. Comparative Literature, Harvard University (in progress)
B.A. Italian, Princeton University (2020)
Founded as a graduate program in 1904 and joining with the undergraduate Literature Concentration in 2007, Harvard’s Department of Comparative Literature operates at the crossroads of multilingualism, literary study, and media history.