My areas of concentration include: American politics, contemporary political theory, women’s and gender studies, and trans* studies. My dissertation, to be defended in May of 2017, explores the epistemic dimensions of trans political practices. It interrogates the fields of law, political representation, and cultural memory to create an epistemically just account of the living knowledges of trans communities. My work has appeared in TSQ: Transgender Studies Quarterly and Wagadu: A Journal of Transnational Women’s and Gender Studies. I identify as non-binary/masculine, preferring gender-neutral pronouns (they/them/their). Please feel free to explore my site, and contact me if you have any questions.