I received my Ph.D. in the History Department at Temple University in 2018. My work focuses on the international history of the United States and Western Europe in the second half of the Cold War.
Of particular interest to me is how states managed international terrorism – a new threat to domestic and global security in an era of increasing communication and travel possibilities. I look at how governments sought to understand, regulate, and prevent this danger, and in turn shifted their stance on related issues of criminal justice, supranational organizations, and international law.
I have a Master of Arts in Early Modern and Modern History from Eberhard Karls University, Tuebingen, Germany.