Postdoctoral Fellows

  • Ioanida Costache


    Stanford University, 2021

    Project: Hearing Romani-ness: Affect, Subjectivity, and Musical Histories

    Dr. Ioanida Costache is an ethnomusicologist and sound studies scholar specializing in Romani artist practices. Her work explores the legacies of Romani historical trauma, and the feminist and de-colonial critiques... (more)

  • Richard Fadok

    Anthropology, Design/Architecture

    Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2021

    Project: Animal Heritage: Multispecies Architecture in the United States

    Richard Fadok is an anthropologist interested in how design mediates human relationships with the environment. His ethnographic scholarship examines how designers in the United States are responding to climate change... (more)

  • Margaret Geoga

    Egyptology and Assyriology

    Brown University, 2020

    Project: Between Literature and History: Reception in Ancient Egypt

    Margaret Geoga is an Egyptologist specializing in the transmission and reception of ancient Egyptian literature. She earned her PhD in Egyptology in 2020 and a concurrent MA in Comparative Literature in 2018, both... (more)

  • Rebecca Haboucha


    University of Cambridge, 2021

    Project: Safeguarding Indigenous Heritage in the Anthropocene: A transnational comparative study of the Northwest Territories, Canada, and northern Chile

    Rebecca Haboucha earned her PhD in Archaeology at the University of Cambridge in 2021. She is a heritage and food studies scholar who has worked on issues of climate change, migration/diaspora, cultural sovereignty,... (more)

  • Peter Sorensen


    Rutgers University, 2022

    Project: ‘I am a Singer, I Remember the Lords’: History in the Sixteenth-Century Aztec Cantares

    Peter Sorensen earned his Ph.D. in History with specializations in Latin American and Global Comparative History from Rutgers University in 2022. His research focuses on sixteenth-century Mexico City and the... (more)