I'm a Ph.D. Candidate in Sociology at Harvard University and Teaching Fellow in the Department of Statistics. I teach courses on statistics and data mining using R, Stata, and python, with applications in economics, finance, and sociology.
My research focuses on the quantitative analysis of culture through time and space. Currently I'm working on a major project examining generational changes in the evaluations of political parties, religious groups, and economic organizations among young Americans.
I'm also a strong proponent of open social science, as well as reproducible research, crowd-sourced peer review, open access, and distance learning.