Jeremy graduated from the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, USA, where he earned a B.A. in History. During his studies he focused on modern Latin American history, the Cold War, and U.S. foreign policy, resulting in a thesis on the Guatemalan Civil War. During his time studying Global History in Berlin, he hopes to research topics such as political economy, migration to and within Latin America, and various 20th century radical political movements, particularly in Brazil. He believes that the Global History approach facilitates the investigation of transnational and trans-Atlantic influences which have had a profound impact on the the politics, economies, and societies of Latin America.