I study the history of leftist radicals in the United States and their interactions with the Soviet Union, with a particular focus on the impact of race. My past research has examined the role of Nikita Khrushchev’s 1956 secret speech on African Americans within the American Communist Party.
M.A., Social Sciences (History), University of Chicago, 2021
B.A., History, Barnard College, Columbia University, 2019
- U.S./North American History
- “A Party in Shambles: African Americans, the Communist Party, and the Crisis of 1956”
- Maroon Scholar Research Award, University of Chicago, 2020-2021