page

Podcasting the Humanities: Creating Digital Stories for the Public | Participants

OVERVIEW SPEAKERS SESSION 1 SESSION 2

Session 1: December 14–18, 2020

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.


  • Ellen Archie

    Art History and Archaeology, Emory University


  • Margarita Alely Nuñez Arroyo

    American Studies, University of Kansas


  • Ninon Bartz

    French, University of Viriginia


  • Kelly Baur

    English, Arizona State University


  • Stephen Betts

    Religious Studies, University of Virginia


  • Mary Chandler Blankenship

    English, University of Virginia


  • Christina Boltsi

    Classics, University of Virginia


  • Abigail Bradford

    Art and Architectural History, University of Virginia


  • Laken Brooks

    English, University of Florida


  • LaShonda R. Carter

    Culture & Theory, University of California, Irvine


  • Kerri Keller Clement

    History and Critical Native and Indigenous Studies, University of Colorado Boulder


  • David Thomas Duncan

    History, University of California, Santa Cruz


  • Jordan Ealey

    School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies, University of Maryland, College Park


  • Marisol Fila

    Romance Languages and Literatures, University of Michigan


  • Kate Foster

    History, University of Colorado Boulder


  • Joseph Fritsch

    English, Emory University


  • Hannah Greenwald

    History, Yale University


  • Sally Hansen

    English, University of Notre Dame


  • Kristina Horn

    East Asian Studies, University of California, Irvine


  • Jareema Hylton

    English, Emory University


  • Talib Jabbar

    Literature, University of California, Santa Cruz


  • Michelle Kimberly Johnson

    History & African American Studies, Yale University


  • Laura Keyt

    Spanish and Portuguese Language and Literature, New York University


  • Gabi Kirk

    Geography, University of California, Davis


  • Rong Kong

    History, University of California, Irvine


  • Joanna Lawson

    Philosophy, Yale University


  • Elmira Louie

    Comparative Literature, University of California, Davis


  • Stéphanie Machabée

    Religious Studies, Yale University


  • Emily Marks

    Department of French, University of Virginia


  • Asterilla Joanne Monteiro

    Museum Studies, University of Alabama


  • Valeria Mora-Hernández

    Romance Languages and Literatures, University of Notre Dame


  • Ashton Noel Nicewonger

    French, University of Virginia


  • Caroline Noel

    Anthropology, University of Virginia


  • Sandra Ortiz-València

    Spanish and Portuguese, University of Colorado Boulder


  • Kelvin Parnell, Jr.

    Art and Architectural History, University of Virginia


  • Blanca Romero Pino

    English, Arizona State University


  • Belén Agustina Sánchez

    Spanish, Arizona State University


  • Lizbeth De La Cruz Santana

    Spanish, University of California, Davis


  • Daniel Romero Suarez

    Spanish and Portuguese, Vanderbilt University


  • Jessica Swoboda

    English, University of Virginia


  • Shelly Tilton

    Religious Studies, University of Virginia


  • Jordan J. Tudisco

    Comparative Literature, University of California, Santa Barbara


  • Emmanuella Turenne

    Visual Studies, University of California, Irvine


  • Katherine Wiley

    Community Research and Action, Vanderbilt University


  • Zachary C. Wooten

    Leadership Studies, Alvernia University