In Our Image: Artificial Intelligence and the Humanities | Graduate Student Projects

In Our Image: Artificial Intelligence and the Humanities

April 7–22, 2021   #AIHumanities2021

Graduate Student Projects

The National Humanities Center is committed to providing graduate students with authentic, experiential internships in which they contribute to the various missions of our work. In support of the In Our Image conference, interdisciplinary teams will develop a series of podcasts that capture the key themes addressed and will serve as facilitators of the conference discussion groups. We are thrilled to work again with these students, who are alumni of the Center’s bi-annual Graduate Student Residencies and Institutes.

Graduate Student Podcast Participants

  • Stephen Betts

    Religious Studies, University of Virginia

  • Laken Brooks

    English, University of Florida

  • Nuala Phroinséas Caomhánach

    History, New York University

  • Megan Cole

    English, University of California, Irvine

  • Lauren Burrell Cox

    English, University of Florida

  • Clio Doyle

    English and Renaissance Studies, Yale University

  • Grace East

    Anthropology, University of Virginia

  • Kristina Horn

    East Asian Studies, University of California, Irvine

  • Wujun Ke

    Comparative Literature, University of California, Irvine

  • H. JiMin Kwon

    Philosophy, University of California, San Diego

  • Joanna Lawson

    Philosophy, Yale University

  • Madelaine Matej MacQueen

    Music, Case Western Reserve University

  • Ivana Polic

    History, University of California, San Diego

  • Kimberly Stahler

    History, Case Western Reserve University

  • Zachary C. Wooten

    Leadership Studies, Alvernia University

Graduate Student/Educator Discussion Leaders

  • Hannah Abrahamson

    History, Emory University

  • Charlotte Dungan

    North Carolina School of Science and Math

  • Robert Flahive

    Alliance for Social, Political, Ethical, and Cultural Thought (ASPECT), Virginia Tech

  • Lindsey Galvao

    Social Studies
    Dana Hall School, Wellesley, MA
    NHC Teacher Advisory Council, 2020–21

  • Swati Gilotra

    Swati Gilotra

    Comparative Literature Program, Department of English, University of Georgia

  • Kylie Korsnack

    Kylie Korsnack

    Educational Developer, Teaching and Scholarship Lab, University of Richmond

  • Victoria Machado

    Religion, University of Florida

  • Alexander Lowe McAdams

    English, Rice University

  • Christine Nick

    Hunter College

  • Carly Schnitzler

    Carly Schnitzler

    Department of English and Comparative Literature, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  • Madelyn Stone

    History, Emory University

  • Darby Cameron Vickers

    Philosophy, University of California, Irvine