Danielle earned a B.A. in Honors History alongside a B.A. in French and European Studies at Vanderbilt University in 2015. Her senior honors thesis focused on the immigration of Harkis and Pieds-Noirs to Marseille in the summer of 1962 and the unequal bureaucratic programs put in place to integrate these two refugee populations. Danielle's current research continues to reflect her interest in the paradoxes of French republican citizenship and imperial expansion. Her dissertation examines the policing of Algerian colonial subjects in Marseille and Algiers. This work seeks to understand the influence of colonial hierarchy on daily practices of policing in both metropolitan and colonial contexts within the Franco-Mediterranean world.