About me

I am a doctoral candidate at Institute of Sociology and doctoral researcher at the JFK Institute in Sociology at FU Berlin.

My research explores the historical origins, changes, and continuities in state interventions and social policies, with a particular focus on the dynamics of rural sociology. My project investigates the urban-rural cleavage line and examines why policies targeting land-based rural welfare and labor-oriented urban initiatives have diverged or converged across different countries over time. To achieve this, I employ extensive historical data collection, including party platforms, parliamentary records, and literary works. My approach draws on:

  • Rural and historical sociology
  • Economic sociology and political economy
  • Political parties and institutions
  • Social organization and mobilization of land and labor movements
  • Sociology of literature
  • Computational methods using text and space as data
  • Historical data collection