I am a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Africana Studies and Writing Program at Davidson College in Davidson, North Carolina.

I earned my Ph.D in Black Studies x Political Science at Northwestern University with Certificates in Comparative Race and Diaspora, Critical Theory, Gender and Sexuality Studies, and Teaching. I was a dual Ph.D. doctoral exchange dissertation fellow in the Department of Philosophy at École NormalSupérieure in Paris, where I conducted archival research.

As an interdisciplinary Black Studies scholar, I work and teach at the intersections of aesthetics, ecological warfare, political communication and strategy, practices of bureaucracy, counterintelligence, and statecraft, as well as political repression and community resistance.


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