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I am a Ph.D. Candidate in the Sociology Department at Princeton University and a Visiting Student Affiliate of the University of Maryland Population Research Center.
My academic interests include economic sociology, international migration, urban sociology, social networks, and
My core research agenda examines how migration flows and capital flows intersect across geographic space to shape the forms of community and economic activity that characterize social groups today. In order to conduct my research, I combine theoretical perspectives and methods from population research, organizational sociology, and geography.
See my Research page to learn more.