My research focuses on science and religion in popular culture, and my PhD thesis is a new history of anti-evolution movements in the United States after 1960. Before starting my PhD, I earned a B.A. in Political Science with a minor in Anthropology from Washington State University, an M.Sc. in Political Psychology here at Queen's, and an MLitt in American Studies from the University of Glasgow. My peripheral research interests are at the intersection of science, religion, and technology.
I have been a guest commentator on BBC radio on a range of issues relating to politics and psychology, and have been a contributor to several news outlets, including The Conversation.
I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.