I am a Ph.D. Candidate at Cornell University, where I specialize in Early American history, British Imperial history, Spatial Theory and the history of Cartography. My dissertation is a transregional study of the American Revolution that examines the efforts of colonial subjects, revolutionary agents, and British imperial administrators in North America to negotiate a place for Quebec within the Revolutionary Struggles of the period.

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