Caitlin Harvey, GS, HIS

University Administrative Fellow

Caitlin Harvey is a PhD candidate in History and a University Administrative Fellow at Princeton University Press.

"My UAF is in the Princeton University Press. My mentor is Lyndsey Claro and I'm working on compiling a data set that will help the Press to assess the gender diversity of its authors. At the same time, Lyndsey and many of the editors, copy-editors, publishers, production specialists, and assistants have introduced me to vast range of possible careers in publishing. Whether I remain in academia or not, this experience has been tremendously useful to both my career development and my personal development. I'm grateful to all of the kind people at PUP for welcoming me into their workplace."

Caitline studies the political and social history of Britain, America, and their colonies since 1870. She is especially interested in the spread of social legislation across Britain’s settlement empire (Canada, New Zealand, Australia, South Africa, and often, the United States) between 1880 and 1930. Before coming to Princeton in 2015, Caitlin completed an undergraduate degree at Western University (Canada), a Master’s degree at Oxford (UK), and a stint teaching English in France.