- Associate Professor of American Studies
- 609 22nd St. NW, Room 201
- [email protected]
Areas of Expertise
History of Capitalism, History of Photography, Critical Geography, Cultural and Social Theory
BA, African American Studies, Harvard University (1996)
PhD, American Studies, Yale University (2012)
Offshore Onshore: A History of the Free Zone on U.S. Soil (in progress)
Co-Editor (with Aaron Carico) of a special issue on “The Fictions of Finance,” Radical History Review (Winter 2014)
“Foreign-Trade Zones and the Cultural Logic of Frictionless Production,” Radical History Review (Winter 2011): 36-61.
“Void for Vagueness: Mexicans and the Collapse of Miscegenation Law in California,” Pacific Historical Review (August 2005): 367-407.
Scope and Methods in American Studies (graduate seminar)
The Temporalities of Capital (graduate seminar)
Lines of Work (undergraduate research seminar)
Zombie Capitalism (undergraduate Dean’s seminar)