Mina Mitreva is a Ph.D. candidate in History at Harvard University and an Ernest May Fellow in History and Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School. Mina is an intellectual historian and a historian of modern Central Europe, and her research explores the crisis of interwar democracy and radical labor movements in Germany. Mina's dissertation studies the fate of anarcho-syndicalism in the Weimar Republic and the left radical resistance against fascism in the Third Reich. Her research and teaching interests include the history of political and economic thought, and European social thought.
Mina received a B.A. in History from King's College London, where she graduated summa cum laude, and an M.Phil. in Political Thought and Intellectual History from the University of Cambridge. Her work has been awarded the Jelf Medal for the Faculty of the Arts and Humanities (King's College London) and the Mansergh Prize in History (St John's College, Cambridge). Her research has been supported by the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, the Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies, and the Harvard Kennedy School.