I’m a PhD candidate (expected graduation May 2021) in the Department of Sociology at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. I research the intersections of political & civic action, digital technologies, race, and network capitalism. My work draws from several subfields:

  • Science & Technology Studies: technopolitics; infrastructure studies; sociotechnical imaginaries
  • Digital sociology: race & the internet; digital ethnography
  • Political sociology: civic & political action; nongovernmental organizations & volunteerism; the internet & democracy
  • Pragmatic sociology: critique & justification

This site lists some of my past and current projects, CV, and course syllabi.

You can read my most recently published article on the Facebook Manifesto, network capitalism, and global authoritarianism in New Media & SocietyCondemned to Connection? Network Communitarianism in Mark Zuckerberg’s ‘Facebook Manifesto’