I’ve completed a B.A. in History, which involves a great deal of independent research, as well as academic and public-facing writing. I also write academically in both history and CS.
I’ve published and been credited on pieces and papers in The Public’s Radio, Reboot, The College Hill Independent, The Providence Journal, The Fall River Herald News, and Radiology.
Some writing (pieces written for classes are marked by a *):
- “Unclaimed bodies: What happens to those who die along in RI?” (The Providence Journal, January 2022)
- “Where algorithmic transparency meets community.” (Reboot, November 2021)
- “For nearly a decade, two RI opioid manufacturers made billions of opioid doses.” (The Public’s Radio, October 2021)
- “Divorces are down in RI during the pandemic.” (The Providence Journal, March 2021)
- “Ballot counting in Fall River is secure. We saw it firsthand.” (The Fall River Herald News, November 2020)
- “Detecting Large Vessel Occlusion at Multiphase CT Angiography by Using a Deep Convolutional Neural Network” (Radiology, October 2020)
- “Judah’s Offering: Satire and Misogyny in Jewish al-Andalus” (Sex, Power, God*, Spring 2020)
- “What Brown Could Pay: Brown’s property tax exemption and the crisis of public school funding” (The College Hill Independent, November 2019)
- “Harm and the Holy: Divinity in Two Jews On A Train” (Jewish Humor and Commercial Entertainment*, Fall 2019)
- “Sealing the Deal: Competing narratives of conservation in the Narragansett Bay” (The College Hill Independent, April 2019)
- “A Future You Can Believe In: China and the advent of the Social Credit System” (The College Hill Independent, February 2018)
- “Trapped in the m.A.A.d. City: Colonizing Compton” (Brown Journal of History, May 2017)
- “Repression, Religion, Revolt: Kurdish Nationalism and the Sheikh Said Rebellion” (Debates in Middle Eastern History*, Spring 2017)