Hi! I'm a Ph.D. candidate in Government and on top of being a non-resident tutor I'm also the Gov concentration advisor for Winthrop House. My research examines the psychological roots of territorial conflict - why do people feel so strongly about disputed territory, and what generates the "political will" to resolve them? I study this phenomenon across an array of contexts, from South Asia to Latin America to fishing communities in rural Canada. Before starting my Ph.D., I earned a master's degree from Princeton's School of Public and International Affairs and worked at an NGO facilitating unofficial U.S.-China and U.S.-Russia diplomatic exchanges. I also have experience working with the U.S. federal government and teaching English in China. I'm an avid musician in my spare time and once had a side job as a pianist for improv comedy shows in New York City. Don't hesitate to reach out about the Gov concentration, public interest careers, grad school, music, or anything else!