Felice Physioc is a History Ph.D. candidate at Princeton University. She is currently researching her dissertation, which asks why and how economic information was produced at the end of the eighteenth century in the Andean-River Plate region of the Spanish Americas, and what were the repercussions of this exorbitant generation of economic information over the first half of the nineteenth century. Felice has been interested in how people and information move ever since she experienced firsthand the intricacies and anxieties of managing a media company’s social platforms and online content. Working within the confines of the changing nature of the unwieldy communication industry in Buenos Aires, Argentina for four years, she decided that our contemporary plight merited historical investigation, and went back to graduate school. She completed a two-year dual master’s degree in International and World History at Columbia University and the London School of Economics before beginning her Ph.D. Most recently, alongside five members of her cohort, she launched the first graduate-led MOOC at Princeton on the Global History of Capitalism, 1919-Present.