- Assistant Professor, Economics
- Political Economy
- U.S. Economic History
My main research focus is on commodified forms of communication. I am working on a book about the U.S. advertising industry at the turn of the 20th century and the associated development of a market for access to audience attention.
- Ph.D. Economics UMass Amherst
- M.A. American Studies UMass Boston
- B.A. Mathematics and Music Simon’s Rock College
- (ECO 1201) An Introduction to Economics
- (ECO 1225W) Economics of Gender
- (ECO 3304) Economics of Education
- (ECO 3307) Labor Economics
“Opening Value Theory to the Brand.” Rethinking Marxism. Forthcoming in Volume 29, 2017.
“Primitive Accumulation in the Cultural Common.” Review of Radical Political Economy 48:1, Spring 2016.
“Pricing the Eyes of Passersby: The Commodification of Audience Attention in U.S. Public Spaces, 1890-1920.” Review of Radical Political Economy 46:4, December 2014.
- William Waters Research Grant, Association for Social Economics, 2016.
- Fellowship for Outdoor Advertising Research, John W. Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising and Marketing History, Duke University, 2013.