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Meaningful Teaching and Learning in the Humanities Classroom | Participants

July 5–9, 2021

OVERVIEW SPEAKERS PARTICIPANTS

We are pleased to welcome this year’s cohort. Each participant was nominated based on their interest and expertise in teaching and learning in the undergraduate classroom. They represent a range of disciplines and stages in their PhD programs. In addition to professional growth, participants will develop strong interdisciplinary networks to support their research and careers.


  • Blake Abraham

    History, University of Delaware


  • Leonardo Montes Alvarez

    Languages, Literatures and Cultures, University of Missouri


  • Fernando Alvear

    Philosophy, University of Missouri


  • Ivana Ancic

    Comparative Literature, The Pennsylvania State University


  • Carlos Alberto Tello Barreda

    Native American Studies, University of California, Davis


  • Will Beattie

    Medieval Institute, University of Notre Dame


  • Emily Beckwith

    English, University of Georgia


  • Clara M. Bergamini

    History, University of California, Santa Cruz


  • Abena Boakyewa-Ansah

    History, Vanderbilt University


  • Bailey M. Boyd

    English, Creative Writing, University of Missouri


  • Samuel Jacob Brakebill

    Classics, Archaeology, and Religion, University of Missouri


  • Tory Brykalski

    Sociocultural Anthropology, University of California, Davis


  • Robert Carpenter

    Ancient Mediterranean Studies, University of Missouri


  • Joanna Chromik

    English, Indiana University Bloomington


  • Ashley Coogan

    English, Arizona State University


  • Jonathan Correa-Reyes

    Comparative Literature, The Pennsylvania State University


  • Richard D. Daily

    History and African American Studies, The Pennsylvania State University


  • Jordan Dopkins

    Philosophy, University of California, Santa Cruz


  • Rebecca Earles

    History, Rice University


  • Lauren R. Eastland

    Religion, University of California, Davis


  • Daun Fields

    English, University of Florida


  • Brandy M. Fox

    Health Care Ethics, Saint Louis University


  • Gilberto Garcia

    Classical and Modern Language and Literatures, Texas Tech University


  • Juan Manuel García-Fernández

    Spanish and Portuguese, University of Colorado Boulder


  • Irene Gasarah

    Theater and Performance Studies, University of Missouri


  • Philip Austin Gilreath

    English, University of Georgia


  • Fernan Gomez-Monedero

    Romance Languages, University of Georgia


  • Ari A. Green

    History, North Carolina State University


  • Genevieve Guzmán

    English, University of Georgia


  • Bridget D. Haney

    History, University of Missouri-Columbia


  • Donald Thomas Hickey

    History, University of California, Santa Cruz


  • Dawn Jacob

    Philosophy, University of Colorado Boulder


  • Carey Kelley

    History, University of Missouri


  • Megan Kitts

    Philosophy, University of Colorado Boulder


  • Madeline Krumel

    English, Syracuse University


  • Katie Ireland Kuiper

    Linguistics, University of Georgia


  • Frank Lacopo

    History, The Pennsylvania State University


  • A. F. Lewis

    Sociology, University of Missouri


  • Katie Elizabeth Ligmond

    History of Art and Visual Culture, University of California, Santa Cruz


  • Eunice Ying Ci Lim

    Comparative Literature and Asian Studies, The Pennsylvania State University


  • Alexis Nichols Lygoumenos

    Theatre, Film, & Performance Studies, University of Georgia


  • Vanessa Madrigal-Lauchland

    History, University of California, Davis


  • Anastasia Marchenko

    American Studies, Saint Louis University


  • Taylor McClaskie

    Musicology, Case Western Reserve University


  • Thomas P. Morin

    History, Saint Louis University


  • Angeline Morris

    English, The University of Alabama


  • Taylin Paige Nelson

    Literature, Rice University


  • Jewel Parker

    History, University of North Carolina at Greensboro


  • Matthew Phillips

    English, University of North Carolina at Greensboro


  • Amber Pitt

    Art Education, University of Georgia


  • Emily Dodson Quartarone

    American Studies, Saint Louis University


  • Deepan Rajaratnam

    Theological Studies, Saint Louis University


  • Joshua K. Redwine

    Cultural Studies, University of California, Davis


  • Emilee Robbins

    History, University of North Carolina at Greensboro


  • Luke Rodewald

    English, University of Florida


  • Kendyl M. Schmidt

    American Studies, Saint Louis University


  • Anushka Sen

    English, Indiana University Bloomington


  • Morgan Taylor Shaw

    English, Syracuse University


  • Abigail Shimer

    History, University of North Carolina at Greensboro


  • Sólveig Ásta Sigurðardóttir

    English, Rice University


  • Rebecca Townsley

    Political Science, Vanderbilt University


  • Angel Trazo

    Cultural Studies, University of California, Davis


  • Frankie Urrutia-Smith

    History, The Pennsylvania State University


  • Lindsey Waldenberg

    Public History, North Carolina State University


  • Jamilah Whiteside

    History, Saint Louis University


  • Cameron Lee Winter

    English, University of Georgia


  • Nauff Zakaria

    Religion, Vanderbilt University


  • Jinghong Zhang

    History, University of California, Santa Cruz