I am a Ph.D. student and Paul F. Lazarsfeld Fellow in the Department of Sociology at Columbia University. In 2018, I graduated from the École normale supérieure – Paris-Saclay and from the École nationale de la statistique et de l'administration économiques (ENSAE) with an M.A. in Sociology and an M.Sc. in Econometrics & Statistics. I also hold a B.A in Sociology from Paris-Sorbonne University (2015) and a B.Sc. in Economics from Panthéon-Sorbonne University (2015).
Broadly, I am interested in ethnoracial and national boundaries in the United States and in Western Europe, which I have studied through projects investigating the criminal justice system, immigrants' integration, and perceptions of diversity, among other topics. My ongoing dissertation research uses original experiments and census data to explore how social cleavages that cut across ethnoracial categories reshape ethnoracial boundaries in the United States.
I am also an applied quantitative methodologist broadly interested in statistical modelling, causal inference, and clustering methods.
My work has been featured in Political Analysis, in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, in Socius, and in City & Community.