Aleks graduated from Yale with a double major in History and Religious Studies. He is now finishing his MA in Medieval and Renaissance Studies at Columbia University, exploring both New York and the History of the Church through the study of Medieval and Inquisitorial manuscripts.
John has been a professional writer, editor, and teacher for almost 40 years, working with everyone from students to corporate executives to help them get their good ideas down on paper in a clear and comprehensible way. He has taught at St. Luke’s School in New Canaan, CT., and at Moses Brown School, in Providence, RI.
Wyatt holds an AB from Kenyon College and an MA from NYU, both in English. He's currently a PhD student in Harvard's English department.
Hollis holds a BA in Rhetoric and a BS in Environmental Economics and Policy from UC Berkeley. He is presently an MA Candidate in Architecture at Harvard University.
Alex earned her BA in History from Brown University, and her MA in Science and Technology Studies from Oxford University, where she was a Baker Scholar. Currently, she is a Master's student at NYU's Institute of Fine Arts.
Naama holds a BA in Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations from Harvard (magna cum laude), an MPhil from Oxford in Oriental Studies and an MFA in Acting from DePaul. She has over three decades of tutoring experience.
Ryohei studied Francophone Literature and Art History at Princeton and Prix du Cercle Franais. After working at the MoMA, he is presently an MA candidate in History at LŐcole des hautes tudes en sciences sociales (EHESS).
Ivy graduated with a BFA in Fine Arts and BAs in Comparative Literature, Anthropology, and French from Cornell University. She's presently a PhD student in Comparative Literature at Harvard.
Shira studied Sociology and History at Northwestern University. Currently, she's a PhD candidate at Harvard University, where her research has been nationally recognized by several prestigious foundations.
Quinn holds a BA in International Affairs and Philosophy (Butler), was a member of the Peace Corps, and earned an MA in South Asian Studies (UW-Seattle). He is now a Religion PhD candidate (Columbia) and Fulbright-Nehru Scholar.
Musa earned her PhD from Columbia University in Early Modern English Drama. She has taught at Columbia University and Washington University in St. Louis, where she was an Assistant Professor of English.
Meghan an MPhil student in Islamic Art and Archaelogy at Oxford. She holds an MA in Buddhist Art (Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London) and a BA in Art History and International Affairs (George Washington).
Amanda is the Religion Department chair of a private school in the Boston area. She holds a BA in Religious Studies (University of Michigan) and an EdM in Mind, Brain, and Education (Harvard Graduate School of Education).
Max is a PhD Candidate in Film and Visual Studies at Harvard. Previously, he earned his BA in Film & & Media Studies from Johns Hopkins (Phi Beta Kappa), completed his MSt at Oxford in Film Aesthetics, and worked as a film editor.
Max earned his BA in Literature at Yale, his MPhil in Modern Languages (French, German) at Oxford, and his MPhil in Classics at Cambridge. He is now a freelance cultural critic for publications in the US and UK.
Cassie is a Master's in Divinity candidate at Harvard Divinity School. She earned her JD from University of Florida, and earned her BA in Art History and Spanish Literature from Willaims College.
Kristen is a PhD student in English at Princeton, and was recently awarded the nationally-competitive Beinecke Scholarship. She earned her BA in English with distinction in Sociology from Colby College (honors, salutatorian).
Mariam currently teaches at UCLA in English and Comparative Literature, after earning her PhD there. She's also a Fiction MFA student at Columbia. She earned her BA in Comp Lit from Princeton (summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa) and MSt in Islamic Art and Archaeology, with distinction, from Oxford.
Janet holds a BA in Art History and English (Wellesley), an MA in Art History (Glasgow) and an MA in Management (Harvard). She is now the Senior Assistant Registrar at the Harvard Art Museums within Collections Management.
Pete is a History PhD student at Harvard. He earned his undergrad degree at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he double-majored in History & Political Science.
Rhea is currently a Rhodes Scholar working on an MPhil in Islamic Art and Archaeology At Oxford. She earned her BA in Archaeology and Middle East Studies at Brown, and was the recipient of the E.J.A. Arnold Archaeological Fellowship.
Sara is a poet, educator, and scholar. She holds a BA in English (Wesleyan) and an MFA in Poetry (Iowa Writers' Workshop). She is currently working on her PhD in English at the CUNY Graduate Center.
Julia is a PhD candidate in East Asian Languages and Civilizations at Harvard. She holds a BA in History of Art and Visual Culture from UC Santa Cruz, and an MA in East Asian Studies from UCLA.
Evander is a Residential Tutor at Harvard. He holds a PhD in American Studies (Harvard) and a BA in Art History and English (Vassar). Previously, he worked at the New Bedford Whaling Museum and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Shelby holds a Master's in American Studies (Oxford) and an MFA in Fiction (UC Irvine). His stories have been published in places such as Vice News and GOOD Magazine, primarily about climate change and the environment.
Amelia is an Italian Studies PhD at Harvard. Her dissertation focuses on the philosophy of the singing voice in the Italian Renaissance. She holds a BA in Italian and History from Middlebury College (summa cum laude).
Emma majored in Religious Studies at Yale. She is currently a PhD candidate in English and Comparative Lit at Columbia University, where she studies poetry and the history of the English literary tradition back to the Middle Ages.
Claire holds a BA in English Literature (Brown) and an MFA in Painting (New York Academy of Art). Since 2016, she has been teaching high school English Literature at BASIS Independent in Brooklyn.
Eliza majored in English and won several awards for her academic work at Bard College. She is now a PhD candidate in English at Harvard, where she studies nineteenth-century literature and the history of the novel.
Brent graduated from NYU with a BA in Literature and Music, and was awarded the Dean's Grant for Creative Writing. His music has appeared in shows such as Gossip Girl and Skins, and he is currently at work on his first novel.
Brian holds a PhD in Italian from New York University. Previously, he earned his MA from NYU in Italian, and a BA from Dartmouth in Comparative Literature.
Katherine holds a BA in Classics (Harvard), an MA in Classical Art & Archaeology (University of London), and an MD/PhD in Ancienty History (Harvard). She is a diagnostic radiology resident and postdoc fellow at Harvard.
Tova attended the University of Chicago and graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a BA in Anthropology. She recently completed her MPhil in Archaeology (with Merit) at the University of Cambridge.
Amulya is an Anthropology PhD candidate at Harvard University. She earned her Bachelor's in Anthropology from University of Chicago, where she graduated Phi Beta Kappa.
Emmy studied Literature and Visual Arts at Yale and graduated summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa. She is now a PhD Candidate in English at Harvard, working on her dissertation about the American graphic novel.
Aaron earned his PhD in Political Science at Yale, and his BA (Philosophy) and MA (Social Sciences) at the University of Chicago. Currently, he teaches Social Sciences at Deep Springs College.
Julia holds a BA from Princeton University in English Literature, with certificates in Theater and Music Theater. Her thesis won the Alan Downer prize for research in English and drama. Currently, she works in theatrical costuming.
Courtney holds a BHA in Art and Anthropology from Carnegie Mellon and an MPhil in Social & Cultural Anthropology from Oxford, where she was a Rhodes Scholar. She is now a PhD student in Social Anthropology at Harvard.
Joani holds a a BA in English Literature with minors in Humanistic and European Cultural Studies from Princeton, and two Master's degrees from Oxford, where she was a Marshall Scholar. She is now an English PhD student at Harvard.
Susan studied English at Rice and graduated summa cum laude. After serving in Teach for America, she earned her PhD in English at Harvard. She has held faculty positions at Wake Forest and Yale and currently lives in London.
Katherine earned a BA in Psychology with a concentration in Liguistics from Columbia. Currently, she is completing an MA in Lingusitics at the Graduate Center at CUNY.
Colleen earned a PhD and MA from Harvard University in History, an MA in Modern European History from St Andrews, and a BA in History and Art History from University of Notre Dame. Currently, she is a researcher at Johns Hopkins.
Rachel graduated from UVA with a double major in Art History and French, and then spent two years in Europe teaching in Lyons, France and working at art galleries in Berlin, Germany. She is now a PhD candidate in Art History at NYU.
Ian graduated with High Honors from Dartmouth with a BA in Government, and earned an MA and PhD in Political Science from the University of Chicago. He has taught at University of Chicago, Northwestern, Bard, and Harvard.
Jacob was a double major in Playwriting & Astrophysics at Columbia (Phi Beta Kappa). He went on to earn his MFA in Playwriting at NYU Tisch, where he won the Faculty Award and the Sloan Foundation Science Screenwriting Award.
Connor graduated with a BA in English from Duke, where he was as an Angier B. Duke Memorial Scholar. He earned his MPhil in Modern & Contemporary English Lit from Trinity College, Cambridge, and was a Fulbright researcher in Tanzania.
Emma is a PhD student in French Literature at Harvard. She holds an MA in French (Harvard), as well as a BA in French Studies and BM in Cello Performance (University of Minnesota-Twin Cities).