I am a Ph.D. candidate in the history department at Princeton University. I study the social and cultural history of medieval Europe and am writing a dissertation on Jewish-Christian relations and religious tolerance and violence in southern France in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries.
"As a staunch believer in educational equity, I am thrilled to be a Community College Teaching Fellow at Mercer County Community College. It's a unique opportunity to teach students from a wide range of backgrounds and with different interests, skills, and aspirations while receiving expert guidance and feedback from faculty mentors. I hope the experience will help me learn how best to use the skills I've acquired in grad school in order to teach better and to advocate more effectively for educational justice."