Julie James

By rhpatter on August 30, 2021 in Graduate Fellows

BA in History and Classics, University of Delaware MA in Italian Renaissance Art History, Syracuse University in Florence Julie is a doctoral candidate specializing in Italian Renaissance Art. Her dissertation focuses on the iconography of Sienese illustrious men in an attempt to better understand how the Sienese utilized and activated this particular genre both at […]

Lisa Brune

By rhpatter on August 23, 2021 in Graduate Fellows

BA in Literature and Theory, William Jewell College MA in English and American Literature, Washington University in St. Louis Lisa is a sixth-year PhD candidate in English and American Literature as well as a certificate student in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. She studies eighteenth-century British women’s fiction and is currently writing a dissertation that […]

Lorraine Hu

By rhpatter on August 19, 2021 in Graduate Fellows

BA in Anthropology with minor in Education, New York University MA in Anthropology, Washington University in St. Louis Lorraine is a PhD candidate in the anthropology department and studies the cultural diversification of early pastoralists in East Africa roughly 3000-1000 years ago. She is broadly interested in examining changes in both settlement-based and funerary practice […]

Charolotte Fressilli

By rhpatter on August 18, 2021 in Graduate Fellows

BA in English and Italian Studies, Wheaton College MA in English and American Literature, Washington University in St. Louis Charlotte Fressilli is a fifth-year PhD student in English and American Literature as well as a Lynne Cooper Harvey Fellow in American Cultural Studies. Her interests include 20th/21st-century American literature and race and ethnicity studies, as […]

Anwesha Kundu

By rhpatter on August 16, 2021 in Graduate Fellows

B.A. in English Literature, Jadavpur University M.A. in English Literature, Jadavpur university Anwesha is a PhD candidate in English Literature. She is writing her dissertation on colonialism, anglophilia and identity formation in 20th-century Anglophone autobiographies. Her research interests include postcolonialism, affect theory, race studies, and feminist theory. She has previously taught for the College Writing […]

Ian Clark

By rhpatter on August 16, 2021 in Graduate Fellows

BA, English and Philosophy, University of Portland MPhil, Irish Writing, Trinity College Dublin MA, English and American Literature, Washington University in St. Louis Ian is a PhD candidate in English and American Literature and studies twentieth-century Irish, British, and postcolonial writing. He’s working on a dissertation studying walking as a narrative form in modern and […]

Max Dunbar

By rhpatter on September 2, 2020 in Graduate Fellows

BA in History with minors in Art History and Political Science from Vanderbilt University MA in Art History from Washington University in St. Louis Max is a PhD Candidate in the department of Art History and Archaeology. He focuses on 20th-century modernism in North America and Europe, and he is especially interested in political art […]

Stephanie Dolezal

By rhpatter on July 29, 2020 in Graduate Fellows, Senior Graduate Fellow

BA in Classical Studies and Art History, Virginia Tech MA in Art History, Washington University in St. Louis Stephanie is pursuing a PhD in Art History and Archaeology, focusing on the Italian Baroque. She is interested in religious art, illusionism, and the dissemination and exchange of artistic styles and practices. Her dissertation investigates Genoese Jesuit […]