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Ph.D. Student in History
Maelia DuBois is currently a Ph.D. student in the Department of History at UC Berkeley. Her first field is in Late Modern European History, and her secondary fields are Global Colonial & Imperial History and Reproductive Demography. Maelia’s geographic and temporal specialization is in 19th and early 20th century Germany, with a focus on imperialism, colonialism, women’s history, reproduction, and migration.

Ph.D. Student in History
Blaze Joel is a Ph.D. student in the Late Modern Europe field in the Department of History at UC Berkeley. His research focuses on nationalism, memory, violence, and national identity in twentieth century Europe. Blaze studies these issues in the successor states of the former Yugoslavia and in an international, trans-European framework. His secondary field is the Global Cold War.

Ph.D. Student in Architecture
Alberto Sanchez Sanchez is a PhD student in the Department of Architecture at UC Berkeley. His research explores the construction of the idea of rurality in modern Spain (1939-present) and his areas of interest include modern and vernacular architecture, infrastructures and public works, historic preservation, anthropology, demography, human rights, and public policy. Alberto holds a professional degree in Architecture from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid and a MS in Historic Preservation from Columbia University, where he studied as a Fulbright scholar.

Ph.D. Student in Romance Languages and Literatures
I am in my third year in the PhD program in Romance Languages and Literatures (RLL) at UC Berkeley. My main research interests have to do with the transition period from dictatorship to democracy in twentieth-century Italy, Spain, and Portugal, with particular attention paid to the treatment of national history and memory in transition-era literature and film.

Institute of European Studies
207 Moses Hall, #2316
University of California
Berkeley, CA  94720-2316

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