I am an interdisciplinary historian of technology and science studies and Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Science and Technology Studies at York University. I hold a Provost Dissertation Scholarship from York University, and I am a former Vanier Scholar. I am also a lecturer in science studies at York University and an affiliated researcher at the Technoscience Research Unit at the University of Toronto.
My research draws on the history of postwar science, technology and computing to examine the relationship between technology, cultural and critical theory, and post-industrial business strategy. My current research charts the rise of postwar scenario planning as a business strategy for managing uncertainty.
- Historicizing "the Economy," Harvard University - September 23-24
- Said Business School, University of Oxford, September - October 2016
- HSS + SLSA, Atlanta, November 3-6
- Techniques of the Corporation, University of Toronto - May 2017