I am an Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto's Centre for Criminology & Sociolegal Studies. My work centers on the intersections of science and technology with law and environmental social movements in the nuclear era. Focusing on radiological risk, my research examines the production of environmental inequality in the United States and transnationally.
Before coming to the University of Toronto, I was a faculty fellow at Princeton University's Shelby Cullom Davis Center for Historical Studies (spring 2020), an Assistant Professor of History at Purdue University (2017-2020), and an Atkinson Postdoctoral Fellow in Sustainability at Cornell University (2016-2018). I earned my Ph.D. in History and Sociology of Science from the University of Pennsylvania in 2016. Prior to beginning my doctoral studies, I worked in university research and intellectual property management, earned my J.D., practiced law in Pennsylvania, and served as a law clerk to Judge Anthony J. Scirica of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
Photo: M.X. Mitchell, 2015, Beach at Laura Village, Majuro Atoll, Republic of the Marshall Islands