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Graduate Students

Reppy Fellow 2023-24, IES Graduate Fellow 2024-25

Amelia C. Arsenault is a PhD student at Cornell University’s Department of Government. Her research considers the effects of artificial intelligence on international politics, with a particular interest in the global proliferation of contemporary surveillance and smart city technologies.

IES Graduate Fellow, Fall 2024
IES Graduate Fellow 2023-2024
IES Director's Fellow 2024-2025

Matt Finck is a historian of Modern Europe with a focus on intellectual and cultural history. His research explores the political culture of revolutionary socialism.

IES Graduate Fellow 2024-2025

Rachel Horner (she/her) is a PhD candidate in music and sound studies at Cornell University. She holds an MA in musicology and a BM in vocal music education and Spanish from Rutgers University.

IES Graduate Fellow 2023-2024

Stefan Ivanovski is a PhD student at the School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University studying the democratization of ownership and management of companies that are shaping the future of work, especially those that rely on remote work and cutting-edge technologies such as artifi

IES Graduate Fellow 2024-2025

Angela Kothe is a third-year PhD Student in the Department of Government. Her research interests include Queer politics and religion in Europe and the United States. She is currently developing a project that explores the political economy of Queer identity formation in post-War England.

IES Graduate Fellow 2024-2025

Madeleine is a historian of modern Europe focused on Spain. Her research focuses on understanding the relationship between fascism and the international via formal and informal political means.

IES Graduate Fellow 2023-2025
IES Graduate Fellow- Fall 2024

Maria Luisa Palumbo is a scholar, architect, and curator working at the intersection of architectural history and theory to question and promote notions of social, environmental, and gender justice.