Ayesh Perera



Social Psychology, Theology, Economics


B.A, MTS, Harvard University


Ayesh is a researcher and a writer. He hopes to pursue a doctorate in law.

His research and writing work has covered monetary theory, economic recessions, Austrian critiques of Keynesianism, natural law, constitutional/legal interpretation, and Protestant and Catholic disputes concerning the doctrine of justification.

His undergraduate thesis defended originalism as the best mode of constitutional interpretation. Ayesh is also proficient in Classical Hebrew.

Professional Experience

  • Researcher on psychology, peak performance, and neuroscience for Dr. Kevin Majeres (Harvard Medical School/The Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies). (2020)
  • Researcher on constitutional law/governance for the Centenary Movement, Sri Lanka. (Present)
  • Writer for Simply Sociology and Simply Psychology. (June 2020 – Present)
  • Writer for Ascension Press (2020)
  • Member of the editorial team of the autobiography of the former United Nations Under-Secretary-General Jayantha Dhanapala. (2020)


  • Graduated from Harvard University (2020) with a Master’s in Theological Studies focused on politics, ethics & religion.
  • Graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Political Science from Miami University (2018).
  • Member of Phi Beta Kappa


  • Perera, Ayesh (2018) “Originalism: Reclaiming the American Promise,” Compass: An Undergraduate Journal of American Political Ideas: Vol. 2: Iss. 2, Article 4.