(b.1994) interested in the various ways in which histories and philosophies of science problematize subject-centered conceptualizations of thinking and acting, posing new political and ethical challenges but also serving as means to experiment with alternate modes of relationality and socio-technical organization in modernist avante-gardes. Mostly in conversation with discourses on European modernism, his writing and research concern intersections between literary history and the history of science.

B.S. Computer Science, 2016, Princeton University
M.A. East Asian Studies, 2020, Duke University
Ph.D. Comparative Literature, 2022 - , University of North Carolina

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