Eamonn is the Program Assistant at the Alexander Hamilton Society. Previously, he interned at the Program on American Citizenship at the American Enterprise Institute, was a 2018 Political Studies Fellow at the Hudson Institute, worked as a teaching assistant for international and domestic politics courses at George Washington, and served as a student peer adviser in his University’s Honors Program. He has ardently studied political theory and intellectual history, receiving a research award through George Washington’s Undergraduate Scholars Program to explore German nationalism’s foundations. He has also assisted scholars at the Institute on European, Russian and Eurasian Studies, analyzing the conceptual origins of state sovereignty and the development of Transatlantic relations in the Twentieth Century. Additionally, Eamonn recently participated in the Alexander Hamilton Society’s inaugural Hamilton National Institute. He holds a B.A. in International Affairs and a B.A. in Philosophy from the George Washington University.