Jackman Junior Fellows

Jackman Junior Fellows are a cohort of promising doctoral students selected by their departments, who retain this title through four years of study. Although they are not necessarily working on theme-related projects, the JHI offers two events each year to facilitate networking and interdisciplinary connections. JHI hosts two events each year to help them to connect with each other - a Welcome Reception and a Three Minute Thesis.

  • Ari Adler, Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations
  • Gregory Antono, Linguistics
  • Vanina Machado Araujo, Spanish & Portuguese
  • Ruochen Bo, Cinema Studies Institute
  • Braxton Boyer, Slavic Languages and Literatures
  • Hongyang Cai, East Asian Studies
  • Lauren Catterson, History
  • Ziyu Cheng, Italian Studies
  • Luca Chiudioni, Philosophy
  • Isidora Cortes-Monroy Gazitua, Spanish & Portuguese
  • Laurence Cote-Pitre, Germanic Languages & Literatures
  • Apala Das, English
  • Edward Escalon, Study of Religion
  • Georgia Ferentinou, Classics
  • Victoria Fisher, Institute for the History & Philosophy of Science & Technology
  • Corinn Gerber, Comparative Literature
  • Kaia Jørgensen, Art History
  • Shibi Kumaraperumal, History
  • Zeynep Kusdil, Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations
  • Natalie Leduc, English
  • Zixian Liu, History
  • Alison MacAulay, History
  • Gaia Malnati, Comparative Literature
  • Bryon Maxey, Study of Religion
  • William McGrath, Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations
  • Sadie Menicanin, Music
  • Sim Wee Ong, English
  • Reagan Patrick, Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations
  • Andrew Peters, Linguistics
  • Schuyler Playford, Political Science
  • Cameron Powell, Women & Gender Studies Institute
  • Stephanie Proulx, French
  • Jared Riggs, Philosophy
  • Aaisha Salman, Cinema Studies Institute
  • Parnisha Sarkar, History
  • Ujjwala Sharma, History
  • Iddan Sonsino, Political Science
  • Miriam Schwartz, German
  • Matthew Shih, Music
  • Alexa Smith, Religion
  • Debleena Tripathi, Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies
  • Mage Tufenk, Cinema Studies Institute
  • Heath Valentine, Art History
  • Suzanne van Geuns, Religion
  • Miko Zeldes-Roth, Political Science