Recent Graduates

Karen Chee '17

Karen Chee

Class of 2017, American Studies
Comedian & Writer for Late Night with Seth Meyers

Thesis Title: The Ghostly Grotesque: The Revolutionary Satire and Intersectionality of H.T. Tsiang’s The Hanging on Union Square... Read more about Karen Chee

Sally Chen

Sally Chen

Class of 2019, Ethnic Studies
Economic Justice Program Manager, Chinese for Affirmative Action

Thesis Title: “Take Root”: Community Formation at the San Francisco Chinatown Branch Public Library 1970s-1990s... Read more about Sally Chen

Josiah Corbus

Josiah Corbus

Class of 2018, American Studies
Resource Coordinator, Center for Court Innovation

Thesis Title: "We Ask No Favors": The Founding of Deeds in Black Abolitionist Thought... Read more about Josiah Corbus

Julia Fine

Julia Fine

Class of 2019, European Studies
Postgraduate Plant Humanities Fellow at Dumbarton Oaks
Thesis Title: "Civilized Man Cannot Live Without Cooks": Food and Empire in Colonial India... Read more about Julia Fine
Caroline Hubbard

Caroline Hubbard

Class of 2017, American Studies
Business Strategy and Data Analytics Analyst, LinkedIn

Thesis Title: Picturing Progress: Reimagining Black Identity and Racial Futurity Through the Politicized Aesthetics of the British Black Arts Movement... Read more about Caroline Hubbard

Mo Kim

Mo Kim

Class of 2018, Modern World
10th Grade English Teacher / Course Team Facilitator, Leadership Public Schools

Thesis Title: We the Girls: K-Pop, Girl Groups, and Korean Identity, 1997/2017... Read more about Mo Kim

Kevin O'Donnell

Kevin O'Donnell

Class of 2017, American Studies
Training Director of the Ohio Student Association

Thesis Title: A Free Future: The Movement for Black Self Determination on Edisto Island, 1859-1882... Read more about Kevin O'Donnell

Ruben Reyes

Ruben Reyes

Class of 2019, Ethnic Studies
MFA candidate, Iowa Writers' Workshop
Thesis Title: "please / no american mierdas:" Shattering Silences, Salvadoran (In)visibilities, and Imagined Nation in Javier Zamora's Unaccompanied... Read more about Ruben Reyes
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

Panchi Simeto

Panchi Simeto

Class of 2017, American Studies
Creative Executive, Orion Pictures

Thesis Title: Shifting Visions: The Generic and Gender Legacy of the Female Outlaw in Ridley Scott's Thelma & Louise... Read more about Panchi Simeto

Jessica Tueller

Jessica Tueller

Class of 2018, Latin American Studies
Robina Fellow, Inter-American Commission on Human Rights

Thesis Title: A Reluctant Representative: Feminism and Dictatorship in the Films of María Luisa Bemberg... Read more about Jessica Tueller

Alexandra Walsh

Alexandra Walsh

Class of 2018, European Studies
Public Programming and Outreach Fellow at Dumbarton Oaks

Thesis Title: Pursuing a Second Odyssey: A Study in Homeric Renegotiation by Modern Greek Poets... Read more about Alexandra Walsh

Katie Wu

Katie Wu

Class of 2017, American Studies
Justice Fellow, The Equal Justice Initiative

Thesis Title: Curating Citizens: Educating through Visual Culture at the World's Columbian Exposition of 1893... Read more about Katie Wu

Molly Zeme

Molly Zeme

Class of 2020, Modern World
Program/Project Manager at Brighter Beginnings Family Health Clinic

Thesis Title: Recognition and Voice in the Postcolonial Feminist Sphere: Warsan Shire on Womanhood and Historical Trauma... Read more about Molly Zeme