Abigail Modaff

Abigail Modaff

Abigail Modaff

Abbie is a doctoral candidate in History studying American cultural, intellectual, and literary history. She received her AB summa cum laude in Social Studies from Harvard and her MPhil with Distinction in Political Thought and Intellectual History from Cambridge University. She has received several awards, including the Hoopes Thesis Prize from Harvard for her undergraduate work on the American and Russian Revolutions and the Quentin Skinner Prize from Cambridge for her work on Early Modern English religious and political thought. Her current project addresses the relationship between aesthetic ideas and American social movements between 1880 and 1930. Abbie also serves as a freshman proctor and a Non-Resident Tutor in Fellowships at Adams House.

 

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