My research relates to the frankincense trade from the collapse of the South-Arabian kingdoms to the arrival of the Portuguese in the Indian Ocean (4th – 16th centuries). The subject of my PhD thesis is the continuation of my master’s degree dissertation, that is to say the question of the frankincense trade and the typology of incense burners in the Arabian Peninsula.
I completed my Licence (BA) and Master (mention "Très Bien") in...
I am a PhD Candidate at Stanford University School of Education, specializing in International and Comparative Education and Sociology and Education. I am interested broadly in globalization and education, and have studied a variety of aspects of globalization’s effect on education, including: textbook portrayals of globalization, the growth of English language learning, and the privatization of higher education.
My dissertation examines the privatization of higher education...
My specializations at university are U.S. foreign policy, and security studies, with interests along the geopolitical rim of Eurasia, stretching from Eastern Europe to the Greater Middle East and South Asia. While working on my dissertation (Central/Eastern Europe), I instruct introductory courses in IR.