I am now a second year PhD student at Yale where my research focuses on religious and political transformation in the aftermath of the Glorious Revolution of 1688. Apart from early modern European history, I am also interested in modern Europe and the history of human rights. I occasionally write about these issues and also serve as a contributing editor for the blog of the Journal of History of Ideas with my fellow Ertegun scholar Spence Weinreich.
My time as an Ertegun scholar was very rewarding, both personally and academically. I cherished the House as a scholarly and social environment. I hope to stay involved with the wider Ertegun community as an alumnus.