I am a Fellow with the Michigan Society of Fellows and an Assistant Professor with the Center for the Study Complex Systems at the University of Michigan. I received my Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Washington in 2016.
My research interests include cognition and culture, economic sociology, social theory, computational social science, complex systems, automated text analysis, and statistical methodologies.
Cognition, Culture, and Complexity
UCLA, Center for Behavior, Evolution and Culture Speaker Series (10/14/2019) [Video]: Cognition, Culture, and Complexity: Modeling the Emergence of Shared Social Realities from Individual Mental Representation
U.M. LSA Magazine, Fall 2018 Feature: “Digital Dollars”
U.M. Complex Systems Seminar Series Lecture (2/20/2018) [Video]: What is a Bitcoin Worth?