IHC Graduate Teaching Fellows

2020-2021: GRADUATE TEACHING FELLOWS

Julia Crisler, History
Michael Fiddler, Linguistics
Sage Freeburg, Comparative Literature
Ursula Deser Friedman, East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies
Jeremy Moore, Film and Media Studies
Chris Morales, Religious Studies
Megan Sheard, History of Art and Architecture
Jordan Tudisco, Comparative Literature
Maite Urcaregui, English
Lauren Vanderlinden, Ethnomusicology

2019-2020: GRADUATE TEACHING FELLOWS

Nicole Dib, English
Michael Fiddler, Linguistics
Patricia Moreland, History
Anita Raychawdhuri, English
Clint Terrell, English
Giorgia Troiani, Linguistics
Jordan Tudisco, Comparative Literature
Lauren Vanderlinden, Ethnomusicology

2018-2019: GRADUATE TEACHING FELLOWS

David Hur, Comparative Literature
Rachel Rys, Feminist Studies
Maite Urcaregui, English

2017-2018: GRADUATE TEACHING FELLOWS

Nicole Dib, English
Olga Faccani, Classics
Gena Goodman, Classics
Adam Morrison, Religious Studies
Cierra Raine Sorin, Sociology

The Graduate Teaching Fellows Program was previously known as the Graduate Affiliates Program.

Previous Graduate Affiliates Program Fellows:

2016-2017: COMMUNITY MATTERS

Corinne Bancroft, English Department
Daniel Grinberg, Film and Media Studies
Matt Harris, Religious Studies
Jasmine Kelekay, Sociology Department
Jennifer Lugris, Art Department

2015-2016: THE HUMANITIES AND THE BRAIN

Sara Balance, Department of Music
Rebecca Chenoweth, Department of English
Rena Heinrich, Department of Theater and Dance
Evelyn Patrick Rick, Department of Classics
Allison Shapiro, Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences
John Thibdeau, Department of Religious Studies

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2014-2015: THE ANTHROPOCENE: VIEWS FROM THE HUMANITIES

Chloe Diamond-Lenow, Feminist Studies
Corrie J. Ellis, Sociology
Andrew Esch, History
Yanjun Liu, Political Science
Alexandra Magearu, Comparative Literature
Brian Tyrrell, History
Christopher Walker, English

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2013-2014: THE VALUE OF CARE

Heather Berg, Feminist Studies
Lauren Ming Holden, Theater and Dance
Cheryl Jaworski, English
Chandra Russo, Sociology
Jay Stemmle, History

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