Current Projects

The Journeys Project – Research Assistant

Qualitative research project exploring the decisions refugees make on the path to financial resilience.

“Beyond ‘Criminal’ Traffic: an analysis of the international human trafficking regime” (tent. title) – Graduate Thesis

Thesis exploring the colonial, gendered, and racist origins of the international human trafficking regime, and the extent to which said origins influenced a modern regime prioritizing the retributive punishment of perpetrators over the restitution of victims.

Decolonizing International Relations Conference 2020 @ The Fletcher School – Content Co-Leader

Curating the content of and programming around the third iteration of the Decolonizing International Relations Conference – Decolonization(s): From the Ground-Up – at The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University (November 6th-7th).

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