Resident Tutor C-16 AMAD-eus (Arts, Music, and Drama), Wellness, Writing
Hello, Adams House! I come from Melbourne, Australia—I came to Harvard College in 2008. During my undergraduate years I lived in Mass Hall and Lowell House and sang with the UChoir Choral Fellows. I’m a G6 in the Department of Comparative Literature now, and study poetry and psychoanalytic theory—my research is in subjectivity in poetics, and the idea of catharsis or clinical benefit in poetry and psychoanalysis alike. Alongside my dissertation, I’m also studying to become a Lacanian psychoanalyst. I have experience working in community mental health organizations, in both leadership and support roles.
Hello, fellow Adamsians! I am a graduate of Harvard Divinity School and now Administrative and Program Director and Lecturer in the Committee on Ethnicity, Migration, Rights. My academic interests include critical theories of religion, decolonial thought, queer and gender studies, and converging issues of race/ethnicity/indigeneity/immigration. I also consult at the Bok Center for Teaching and Learning, working with undergraduate fellows and teaching seminars on power and privilege in the classroom. Outside of Harvard I am a political education trainer with the Asian American Resource Workshop.... Read more about Eleanor Craig
Hi, Adams! I was born and raised in, like, the Valley but have called Cambridge home since coming to Harvard to study Romance Languages and Literatures. I then attended Harvard Divinity School to pursue theological studies. After a fellowship year in Paris, I completed a Ph.D. in Rhetoric and Critical Theory at U.C. Berkeley. Now I’m an Assistant Professor of English at Fordham University where I’m completing my first book manuscript on monastic song and mystical poetics, and teaching courses on religion and literature, Latinx literature, and queer theory. At Adams I’m thrilled to serve as a Writing and BGLTQ Tutor.... Read more about Kris Trujillo