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Graduate Student, Michigan State University
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Environmental History, Borderlands History, U.S. history, Canadian history, Progressive Era, Infrastructure studies, History of Technology
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About Me

I am a doctoral student at Michigan State University. My doctoral project (tentatively titled)—Border Metropoles: Of two cities and a river—explores the impact of border imposition, control and infrastructure on the urban form and environment of Detroit and Windsor between 1865 and 1939.

I am passionate about public history and am currently interning at the Michigan History Center where I conduct archival research, as well as collaborate on interpreting and visualizing research output into exhibition material.

I come from an interdisciplinary background in Journalism, Political Science, Science-Policy Studies and Urban Design. In a former life, I studied dams, engineers, and fish in modern India.


Recent Publications
Media Coverage
Country Focus
United States and Canada
Expertise by Geography
North America, United States
Expertise by Chronology
5, 8
Expertise by Topic
Capitalism, Diplomacy, Government, Science