Yale Law School

"I am interested in the use and regulation of animal bodies, especially in contexts of social and ecological uncertainty. My work engages evidence from medieval animal prosecutions, modern pharmaceutical research, and everything in between to ask how human legal systems conceive ofthe overlaps between human and non-human civilizations. I have an academic background in history, a creative background in poetry, and a longstanding fascination for the natural sciences. Thus, I am committed to employing empirical methods while challenging disciplinary, spatial,and temporal boundaries."