2nd year student
Rohan graduated from Georgetown University in 2016 with a B.S. in Foreign Service, where he majored in Regional and Comparative Studies (Middle East) and focused on themes broadly relating to political economy and economic history. He also studied Arabic in both Jordan and Morocco. His undergraduate thesis examined free trade zones in Palestine and their effect on development. His research and academic interests include class formation, state formation, migrant labour, and the spatial aspects of global capitalism. Outside of academics and other exercises in self-imposed misery, there’s nothing he loves more than laying down funky bass lines.