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Graduate Summer Fellows

  • JeMiah Cannon, Anthropology
    Lift Every Voice: An Archaeological Analysis of Slavery on the Dinsmore Plantation

  • Morgan Gimblet, Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
    Mutual Aid is Reproductive Justice: Lessons from an Abortion Fund

  • María Daniela Granja Núñez, Romance and Arabic Languages and Literatures
    Un análisis feminista de la obra de Mónica Ojeda: la construcción de personajes femeninos en la escritura creativa (A Feminist Analysis of Monica Ojeda’s Work: The Construction of Female Characters in Creative Writing)

  • Ayesha Katugoda, Mathematical Sciences
    Statistical Downscaling of Climate Model Projections

  • Daniel Mattox, Philosophy
    Role-Sensitive Virtues and Vices: How Skills, Relationships, and Social Identity Shape Ethical Demands

  • Annie McGhee, Sociology
    LGBTQ Peoples’ Perspectives on Sex Education

  • Kelsey Mello, Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
    Can Expanding Telemedicine Services Help Bridge the Gap in Rural Reproductive Health Inequities?

  • Erena Nakashuma, History
    Carroll Greene Jr.: Challenging museum representations of African American history and culture in the late 20th century

  • Mark Ornelas, Philosophy
    Classifying Cultural Behavior: Understanding cultural learning in social robotics

  • Lucas Proper, Romance and Arabic Languages and Literatures
    Evolution of Strangeness within the works of Abdellah Taïa

  • Aida Ramusovic, Political Science
    The other big news: how reporting on Covid-19 influenced reporting on BLM

  • Tony Russomano, History
    "They Monopolize the fruit, oyster and fish trades and are nearly all peddlers:” The Racialization of Italian immigrants in Gilded Age Louisiana, 1870-1899

  • Kurt Schmidt, Mathematical Sciences
    Large-Degree Asymptotics of Generalized Hastings-McLeod Solutions of Painlev´e II

  • Nikki Smith, Sociology
    Mad Men as a Feminist Text

  • Maggie Su, English & Comparative Literature
    In the Mood: a short story series inspired by Wong Kar Wai

Past Graduate Summer Fellows

Graduate Summer Fellows