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Daniel holds a BA in Economics from the University of Missouri- Kansas City, where his undergraduate training centered around Political Economy, History of Economic Thought, and Socio-cultural Anthropology. He is interested in exploring the relationship between finance, temporality, imagination and subjectivity. Specifically, his graduate research aims to analyze the role of financial concepts, calculative devices and economic theories in comprehending and imagining the future. His research seeks to draw from and contribute to the Anthropology of Finance.
Socio-cultural Anthropology, Anthropology of Finance, Temporality, Futurity