We are pleased to announce our 2021-2022 cohort of CAH Student Fellows.
Frances Bertotti-Metoyer ’22 (Music, History, and Ethnic Studies) and Sophia Flores ’22 (Music, Physics, and Ethnic Studies) for “Songs of Conservation” (supervised by Bruno Ruviaro, Music)
Teresa Contino ’24 (English and Psychology), DH student fellow, for “Composing Collaborative Feminist Recovery Projects with Scalar” (supervised by Amy Lueck, English)
Natalie Henriquez ’22 (History and Philosophy) for “Crimmigation: The Detention Crisis in American Immigration Policy” (supervised by Sonia Gomez, History)
Emma Kuli ’22 (English) for “Cultivating Creative Storytelling” (supervised by Kirk Glaser, English/Creative Writing)
Sophie Wink ’22 (History) for “Women and Eugenics at the Maine School for the Feeble Minded” (supervised by Amy Randall, History)
Past Student Fellows
2018 Frank Sinatra Student Fellow
Julia Joyce '19, Political Science and English
Working with Danielle Morgan, Julia’s duties include aiding with final research tasks related to her book, Just Kidding: African American Satire, Selfhood, and the 21st Century and assisting with tasks related to research that W. Kamau Bell may undertake during his residency at Santa Clara. She hopes to pursue a Ph.D. in English and has a particular interest in African American Comedy. In addition to her love of English, Julia pursues her love of theater on the Mock Trial Team.