About Us: Center Associates
Teaching with the Center
Postdoctoral Fellow in Visual Studies
Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow and Visiting Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow and Visiting Assistant Professor of Religion
2012-13 Steering Committee
Markus Baenziger (Fine Arts)
Imke Brust (German)
Steven Lindell (Computer Science)
Lisa McCormick (Sociology)
John Mosteller (Institutional Advancement)
Gustavus Stadler (English)
Student Advisory Board
Catherine Casem '15
Dan Fries '15
Student Office Assistants
Fairleigh Barnes is a senior Psychology major and Chinese minor from Baltimore, MD. She also loves studying Fine Arts, History, and East Asian studies, among other things. She has worked with the Hurford Center for going on four years now and has really enjoyed seeing the inner workings of some amazing projects and some amazing people. She's not sure what she wants to do with her life, but she hopes it involves lots of traveling and never ending learning.
Fiona Lin is a junior Biology major from Bethesda, MD. She has worked for the HCAH for a little over a year and though she devotes most of her academic time to the natural sciences these days, she has a strong appreciation for the arts and humanities.
Lisa Liu is a senior Sociology major from Brooklyn, NY. In other words, she is eager to learn about anything and everything. She likes to collect pretty rocks and sea shells, and loves Greek myths, fairy tales and sunsets. She likes to take photos and write poetry on the side--both recent developments. She has been working with the Humanities Center for four years now (how time flies!). One day, she hopes to write a children's book for adults and become a good capoeirista but beyond that, the future remains open and unknown.
CJ Morrison is a sophomore Anthropology major with a concentration in Gender and Sexuality studies from the San Francisco bay area. He loves to take photos, talk about California, and watch Liz Lemon on 30 Rock. He is excited to work with the HCAH in the future and engage in the center’s programs—he participated in the student seminar Form, Content, and Difficulties in the fall of 2012 and loved it.
Miriam Pallant is a junior Spanish Major and Psychology Minor from East Greenwich, RI. She has worked for HCAH since October 2010. She hopes to pursue a career as a Spanish teacher. She enjoys singing with the Oxford Blues and spending quality time with Pushkin the dog.
Aigner Picou is a junior Chemistry major and German minor from Brooklyn NY. In addition to science, she loves dancing, drawing, and writing. She has worked for the Hurford Center going on two years now. She enjoys a good steak, and hopes to one day travel to Argentina in pursuit of the best steak ever.
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