I am an LSE Fellow in Economic History at the London School of Economics. I study historical political economy with a focus on the global south.
My doctoral dissertation won the Gino Luzzatto Prize in Economic History (2021-2023), awarded by the European Historical Economics Society. I am also a previous winner of the Best Poster Prize at the Economic History Conference (2021).
Background: Map of conflicts in Mughal India, constructed using QGIS and Irfan Habib's Atlas of Mughal India.
Merciful Tyrants? Explaining Rebel Forgiveness and State Development in Mughal South Asia (1556-1707)
This short video won the award for Best Poster at the Economic History Society Conference 2021. It gives a brief summary of the context and contribution of one of the chapters of my dissertation.