Academia & Education

Erin Aoyama

Erin Aoyama

Class of 2015, America
Ph.D. Student in American Studies, Brown University

Thesis Title: Separate and Unequal: The Impact of Jim Crow on Japanese American Internment and Postwar Identity... Read more about Erin Aoyama

Angus Burgin

Angus Burgin

Class of 2002, Britain and America
Associate Professor of History, Johns Hopkins University

Thesis Title: “Among All these Forces”: Fictions of a Changing Academy... Read more about Angus Burgin

Anna Kendrick

Anna Kendrick

Class of 2009, Modern Europe
Clinical Assistant Professor of Literature and Director of Global Awards, NYU Shanghai

Thesis Title: “On Guard with the Junipers”: Ewart Milne and Irish Literary Dissent in the Spanish Civil War... Read more about Anna Kendrick

Roxanne Kristalli

Roxanne Krystalli

Class of 2008, Germany
Program Manager, Humanitarian Evidence Program, Feinstein International Center; Ph.D. Candidate, The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy

Thesis Topic: Representations of leadership in Weimar film and photography... Read more about Roxanne Krystalli

Leah Reis-Dennis

Leah Reis-Dennis

Class of 2013, America
Producer, Poetry in America & Co-Founder, Verse Video Education

Thesis Title: Lifting up the Lower East Side: Uptown Jewish Women, "Ghetto Girls," and the Effort to Redeem Jewish Female Delinquency in New York, 1900-1924... Read more about Leah Reis-Dennis

Maia Silber

Maia Silber

Class of 2017, American Studies
Ph.D. student in History, Princeton University

Thesis title: River of Living Water: The Croton System and the Transformation of Westchester, 1841-1896... Read more about Maia Silber

Kia Turner

Kia Turner

Class of 2016, American Studies
Lead Middle School English Teacher and Instructional Coach, Harlem Academy

Thesis Title: Revolt! Rally! Revise! Reclaiming the Power of the Black Narrative in Activist Achievements Against Harvard... Read more about Kia Turner

Emma Winsor Wood

Emma Winsor Wood

Class of 2012, Modern Europe
Poet, editor, and Ph.D. student in Literature at the University of California Santa Cruz

Thesis Title: Fleeing the Poetic Convent: Elena Shvarts's Works and Days and Problems of Female Authorship in the Late-Soviet Literary Underground... Read more about Emma Winsor Wood