School of International Service
MPhil, International Relations, American University (2020)
MPhil, Development Studies, University of Cambridge (2015)
BPhil, Economics, Anthropology, International Studies, University of Pittsburgh (2014)
Radomski’s research lies in development studies with a regional focus on Latin America and the Caribbean. Broadly, her research interests include development, environmental justice, global China, Latin American studies, science and technology studies, ethnography, and interpretive methodologies. For her dissertation project, she is exploring the emergence of China as a development actor in Latin America through ethnographic case studies focusing on Chinese-financed infrastructure projects in Ecuador. Radomski's dissertation research is supported by the Fulbright-Hays Program and the Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research. She has several years of experience in the non-profit sector working on advocacy relating to social and environmental issues in international development.
Radomski is currently a Research Fellow at Research on International Policy Implementation Lab (RIPIL) and Lecturer at George Washington University Elliott School of International Affairs.