Affiliated Fellows 2015-2016

Sarah DeMott

Sarah DeMott (2015-2016) earned her PhD in International Education at New York University. Her dissertation, Mediterranean Intersections: A History of the Sicilian Community in Tunisia, 1830-2015, explores regional reconfigurations of political and social subjectivities through remappping colonial cartographies of mobility, the historiography of European continentalism, and the sea as actor and archive. She has received awards from the Social Science Research Council (SSRC) and the American Institute for Maghreb Studies (AIMS).  She is currently a Research Librarian at Harvard University, specializing in Middle East Studies.