Alumni

Chimaobi Amutah

Chimaobi Amutah

African Studies
Class of 2007

Chimaobi spent time teaching social studies and mathematics at the middle and high school levels for a variety of public, charter, and private educational

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Michio Arimitsu

Michio Arimitsu

Ph.D. in African American Studies, with a primary field in English
Class of 2014

Michio Arimitsu is a lecturer at Keio University in Tokyo, Japan, where he teaches American Studies.

Jody Benjamin

Jody Benjamin

African Studies, with a primary field in History

Jody Benjamin is a PhD Candidate in African and African American Studies with a primary field in History. His dissertation, “The Texture of Change: Cloth,

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Tonia Branche

Tonia Branche

African American Studies with pre-med track
Class of 2010

Currently, I am a first year medical student at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine in the new MD/MPH program.  It is a rigorous 4-year

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Laura D'Asaro

Laura D'Asaro

African Studies
Class of 2013

Laura is originally from Seattle, Washington and is a senior in Kirkland house. She is the president of the Harvard College Coalition for East African Peace

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Jake Freyer

Jake Freyer

Class of 2015

Jake Freyer is a senior in Quincy House from Eastchester, New York. He is pursuing a joint concentration in linguistics and African studies, with a

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Lyndon Gill

Lyndon Gill

Ph.D. in African American Studies, with a primary field in Anthropology and a secondary field in Studies of Women, Gender & Sexuality
Class of 2010

Lyndon K. Gill was born in New York City and raised on all the Trinbagonian culture Jamaica, Queens would allow. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Stanford

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