Dissertation Writing Working Group

This Working Group of the Committee on Ethnicity, Migration, Rights (EMR) supports advanced (post-exams) graduate students whose research addresses questions related to ethnicity, race, indigeneity, and migration. Doctoral students from all Harvard schools and departments are eligible.

The group meets biweekly for the full academic year, and a year-long commitment is required. Exceptions may be considered if space permits for mid-year graduations or those who will only be in Cambridge for one semester. For questions, including inquiries about joining mid-year, please contact eleanor_craig@fas.harvard.edu.

EMR Dissertation Writing Group Members

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Catey Boyle

PhD Candidate in History
Secondary in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Bennett Comerford

Bennett Comerford

Doctoral candidate in the Committee on the Study of Religion specializing in comparative studies and South Asian religions
DeAnza Cook

DeAnza Cook

Ph.D. Candidate and Presidential Scholar at Harvard’s History Department
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joão marcos copertino

MA in Cultural Narratives, University of Sheffield
BA in History, Universidade de São Paulo, 2015

Mattlyn Cordova

Ph.D. candidate in American Studies
Secondary fields in Latinx Studies and Film and Visual Studies
Naohito Miura

Naohito Miura

PhD candidate in the Committee on the Study of Religion with a primary specialization in East Asian Religions
Secondary field in Studies of Women, Gender, and Sexuality
Jewel Pereyra

Jewel Pereyra

PhD Candidate in American Studies
Secondary in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Honora Spicer

Honora Spicer

Writer and Experiential Educator
Teaching Fellow in the History Department at Harvard University