Undergraduates

Tzofiya Bookstein

Tzofiya Bookstein

Undergraduate Associate; Herbert C. Kelman Peace Fellow. Committee on Degrees in Social Studies, Harvard College.

Research interests: Nationalism; language; human rights; modern Middle East and North Africa; civil society; and conflict resolution.

Bridget Chemberlin

Bridget Chemberlin

Undergraduate Associate; Undergraduate Research Fellow, Canada Program. Committee on Degrees in Social Studies and Department of Art, Film, and Visual Studies, Harvard College.

Research interests: North American settler colonialism; Indigenous-settler treaty relationships; political and intellectual history; anticolonial nationalism; land tenure and the environment; and collective memory and visual culture.

Aysha Emmerson

Aysha Emmerson

Undergraduate Associate; Undergraduate Research Fellow, Canada Program. Special Concentration in Resilience Studies, Harvard College.

Research interests: Socioenvironmental resilience; transition design; governing the Anthropocene; feminist/decolonial theory; care; conflict resolution; and participatory inquiry.

Sophie Stromswold Feldman

Sophie Stromswold Feldman

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

Research interests: Integration and assimilation; sociolinguistics; migration; international conflict mediation; gender studies; modern Scandinavia; human rights; and political polarization.

Andre Ferreira

Undergraduate Associate, Williams/Lodge International Government and Public Affairs Fellow. Departments of Government and History, Harvard College.
Olivia Fu

Olivia Fu

Undergraduate Associate. Departments of Government and Computer Science, Harvard College.

Research interests: Urban studies; public housing; authoritarianism; tech and innovation policy; quantitative research methods; and East and Southeast Asia.

Esther Kim

Esther Kim

Undergraduate Associate. Departments of Government and East Asian Studies, Harvard College.

Research interests: Humanitarian versus human rights approaches; democratization; Korean and Chinese culture and history; intersection of government and religion; and diplomacy.

Chloe Koulefianou

Chloe Koulefianou

Undergraduate Associate, Rogers Family Research Fellow. Committee on Degrees in Social Studies and Department of African and African American Studies, Harvard College.

Research interests: Togolese political history; West African society; migration and diaspora; decolonization theory; critical archival studies; race and ethnicity; and Afrocentrism.

Sama Kubba

Kenneth I. Juster Fellow. Department of Government, Harvard College.
Research interests: How content curation can influence the Iraqi public to support repatriation.
Abby LaBreck

Abby LaBreck

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

Research interests: Government; European history, politics, and societies; French language and culture; US-EU transatlantic relations; US foreign policy; and diplomacy.

Anissa Medina

Anissa Medina

Undergraduate Associate, Rogers Family Research Fellow. Committee on Degrees in History and Literature and Comparative Study of Religion, Harvard College.

Research interests: Colonial history; decolonization; American Southwest; historical memory; race, ethnicity, and Indigeneity; religious history; and carceral studies.

Christoph Mikulaschek

Christoph Mikulaschek

Director, Undergraduate Student Programs; Executive Committee; Faculty Associate. Assistant Professor, Department of Government, Harvard University.
Research interests: International security and the political economy of international organizations.
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Waseen Nabulsi

Kenneth I. Juster Fellow. Departments of Anthropology and History, Harvard College.
Research interests: The international identity of Samaritans, who have Palestinian, Israeli, and Jordanian citizenship. 
Fiker Girma Negash

Fiker Girma Negash

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

Research interests: Gender (in)equality; human rights; security; conflict resolution and peace building; development studies; sub-Saharan Africa; and Ethiopia.