Lindsey Harris entered the Ph.D. program in August 2018. She holds a B.A. in Political Science, Magna Cum Laude from Loyola University New Orleans. Her past work has focused on German Intellectual and Cultural History with an interest in twentieth century thinkers Hannah Arendt and Sigmund Freud. Her research emphasizes the use of intellectual correspondences and archives to discover narratives on forgotten women thinkers. Ms. Harris’s undergraduate thesis traced Hannah Arendt’s controversial Eichmann in Jerusalem to overlooked migratory aid relief work performed by members of the League of Jewish Women in Germany (the JFB).