Three New Staff Members Join the Humanities Council

December 8, 2018
The Joseph Henry House is named after the noted physicist who taught at Princeton from 1832 to 1846, and may have been the leading American scientist of his time.

The Council welcomes two new Program Managers: Marie Basso for Linguistics and Italian Studies, and Sarah Porter for Canadian Studies, European Cultural Studies, and Medieval Studies.  We also welcome Suzanne Roth, who will serve as Communications Specialist for the Center for Digital Humanities while also supporting an array of programs under the Humanities Council umbrella.

We are also delighted to announce changes in the organizational roles of our staff: Jeannine Pitarresi has moved into the role of Program Coordinator for Film Studies and the Gauss Seminars in Criticism. Barbara Leavey will manage the Council’s Interdisciplinary PhD Program, while continuing to support programs in the Ancient World and Early Modern and Renaissance Studies.

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