I am a junior from Phoenix, AZ, concentrating in History with a secondary in Economics. My research interests lie in the emergence, exchange, and evolution of ideas, institutions, and culture in the modern world. Recent projects have explored the early economic exchanges between the US and China in the 1970s, and the connections bridging anti-colonial activists and movements in the early 20th century. Outside of class, I’m involved with The Crimson, Harvard Art Museums, PBHA’s HARMONY Program, and research at Harvard Law School. In my free time, I enjoy reading, playing tennis, biking, traveling, and photography.
Zuniga A, Gerlak A, Elder A, Tam A. “The unjust distribution of urban green infrastructure is just the tip of the iceberg: A systematic review of place-based studies.” Environmental Science and Policy, 126(2021):234–245.
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