Presenter

Debbie Nnenna Onuoha

Debbie Nnenna Onuoha

Undergraduate Associate; Rogers Family Research Fellow. Committee on Degrees in History and Literature; Department of Anthropology, Harvard College.

Research interests: Slum communities; ecological and urban policy in Accra, Ghana; people as pollution; and waterways.

Eliza Pan

Eliza Pan

Undergraduate Associate; Undergraduate Research Fellow, Canada Program. Committee on Degrees in Social Studies, Harvard College.

Research interests: Households operating within the transnational family structure and social space spanning mainland China and Canada.

Alyssa Leader

Alyssa Leader

Undergraduate Associate; Rogers Family Research Fellow. Department of Psychology, Harvard College.

Research interests: Long-term psychosocial effects of youth involvement in war-related activities in Sierra Leone.

Julia Cohn

Julia Cohn

Undergraduate Associate; Samuels Family Research Fellow. Committee on Degrees in History and Literature, Harvard College.

Research interests: US history; Latin American history and literature; visual studies; and public art.

Nafisa Eltahir

Nafisa Eltahir

Undergraduate Associate; Rogers Family Research Fellow. Department of Sociology, Harvard College.

Research interests: The experiences of young black women regarding skin color, skin bleaching, and colorism in Sudan and the United States.

Diego Horacio Huerta

Diego Horacio Huerta

Undergraduate Associate; Williams/Lodge International Government and Public Affairs Research Fellow. Department of Anthropology, Harvard College.

Research interests: Issues of migration, citizenship, and health inequalities among Latino populations.

Hilton Simmet

Hilton Simmet

Undergraduate Associate; Samuels Family Research Fellow. Committee on Degrees in Social Studies, Harvard College.

Research interests: How groups construct and build societies with alternative visions to their surrounding cultures, in particular the modern globalizing world.

Hannah Mullen

Hannah Mullen

Undergraduate Associate; Simmons Family Research Fellow. Department of Government, Harvard College.

Research interests: How institutions shape initiatives to reform military justice systems, with a focus on the United States, United Kingdom, and Canada.

Shatha Hussein

Kenneth I. Juster Fellow. Department of Government, Harvard College.

Research Interests: The evolution of the Israeli settlement policy from 1967 to 2010.

Hilary Higgins

Hilary Higgins

Kenneth I. Juster Fellow. Department of Government, Harvard College.

Research Interests: Assessing the transformation of US narcotics intervention in Colombia.

Manuel  Andrés Meléndez S.

Manuel Andrés Meléndez S.

Undergraduate Associate; Williams/Lodge International Government and Public Affairs Research Fellow. Department of Government, Harvard University.

Research interests: Party-building, elites, and informal institutions, with a focus on Latin America.

Mayumi Cornejo

Mayumi Cornejo

Undergraduate Associate; Williams/Lodge International Government and Public Affairs Research Fellow. Department of Government, Harvard College.

Research interests: The development of civil society in Latin America focusing on peasant movements.

Daniel Barcia

Daniel Barcia

Undergraduate Associate; Undergraduate Research Fellow, Weatherhead Initiative on Global History. Department of History, Harvard College.

Research interests: The uprising of a runaway slave community in Florida during the Second Seminole War.

Amy Kay Sparrow

Amy Kay Sparrow

Undergraduate Associate; Williams/Lodge International Government and Public Affairs Research Fellow. Committee on Degrees in Social Studies, Harvard College.

Research interests: Recent development of and the role of civil society in food safety in China.

Anja Nilsson

Anja Nilsson

Undergraduate Associate; Williams/Lodge International Government and Public Affairs Research Fellow. Committee on Degrees in Social Studies, Harvard College.

Research interests: Comparing the historical causes of the development of Switzerland's and the United Kingdom's divergent financial-legal secrecy models.

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