I graduated from the University of Southern California in May 2014, leaving my two academic homes of History and Comparative Literature. Luckily, before I could stress any longer about finding a Real Job in the Real World, I got an email from Fulbright updating my application status for a research grant in modern history from Alternate (i.e., waitlisted) to Principal (i.e., I’m in!). No more cover letters for me!
I will be in Hong Kong for ten months beginning in late August 2014 through June 2015.
I’m very proud to announce that I’ll be starting a doctoral program in History at Stanford University, starting in fall 2015! It’s great to be part of a university whose mascot is a tree. You can find my webpage at Stanford here.
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