Research and Creative InterestsArea studies and anthropology; yoga, photography, travel,
I completed an undergraduate degree at NYU (magna cum laude) in Italian Cinema Studies and Economics (Honors Thesis: “Social and Economic Aspects of Italian Neo-Realism, a Comparison Between Fellini’s 'La Dolce Vita' and Principles of Erich Fromm’s Humanistic Philosophy”). Before moving to Bloomington, I worked as a legal assistant in a boutique trust and estates law firm, and thereafter as an electronic discovery paralegal for another prominent law firm. The combination of these professional experiences, my academic background in area studies and law evolved into my present academic interest: legal anthropology perspectives on digital privacy. I completed a dual degree in law and area studies, both at Indiana University Bloomington. As a current PhD student in Media School, my dissertation research focuses on anthropology of privacy perceptions.
Recent Projects: US-Russia Social Expertise Exchange (SEE) Fellow, Moscow, Russia)