I am a history of science graduate student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. I studied speciation in cryptic fish species as an undergrad at Yale and am interested in biodiversity conservation. I completed a master’s in the history and philosophy of science at Florida State University where I wrote a thesis on the significance of the Wallace Line–a biogeographical boundary in Indonesia–to the development of both modern evolutionary biology and environmentalism. ┬áMy dissertation at UW-Madison will examine how late 19th and 20th century evolutionary biologists created scientific knowledge from fieldwork in Indonesia, and how the interactions of multilateral actors and ideas continue to influence practices concerning biodiversity conservation.



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