Position title: TA: History 319 with Professor McCoy
I am a student of history primarily interested in the proliferation of imperial power during the 20th and 21st centuries. In particular, I find the reassertion of peripheral agency and diminishment of Western exceptionalism in transnational contexts quite compelling.
But ultimately, I just like history. And it likes me.
M.A., Southeast Asian Studies, University of Wisconsin Madison, 2021
M.A., History, University of Wisconsin Madison, 2020
B.A., History, University of California Berkeley, 2018
- Southeast Asian History
- “A Simulacrum of Change: An Analysis of Crisis Points in the Proliferation of U.S. Global Hegemony Through the Foreign Relations of the United States” (History M.A.)
- “Sangsara and San Sara: Collective Memory & Policy Nuance on Occupied Java, 1942-45” (Southeast Asian Studies M.A.)
Courses Taught (as TA)
- History 246 – Southeast Asian Refugees of the Cold War (Spring 2020)
- History 319 – The Vietnam Wars (Fall 2019, Fall 2020, Fall 2021)