Explorations in Time and Temporality

A Public Humanities Project by the Geoffrion Family Fellows at Miami University’s Humanities Center 2019-2020

Meet the Geoffrion Fellows

Emily Brady

Emily Brady is a senior honors student studying Mathematics and Statistics with minors in Actuarial science and History. She has been President of Stage Left and Scholarship Chair for Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity. Her research interests include history education and historical conceptions of time.

Sydney Chuen

Sydney Chuen is a senior honors student majoring in International Studies, French, and Global-Intercultural Studies, with minors in Arabic as well as Middle Eastern, Jewish, and Islamic Studies. She has conducted independent research in France and Morocco, participated in Miami’s Undergraduate Research Forum, and published a paper on human trafficking in Europe. Her research interests include migration and diaspora, conflict and terrorism, and language politics.

Tavis Enderle

Tavis Enderle is a senior philosophy major with a minor in German. His research interests include self-consciousness, German idealism, New Realism, and the speculative turn in continental philosophy. Before arriving at Miami University in 2017, he was an electrical designer in the mining industry.

Henry Roach

Henry Roach is a junior honors student with majors in philosophy and English literature and a minor in women’s, gender, and sexuality studies. A former Undergraduate Summer Scholar, his research interests include diachronic agency, feminist theory, and the philosophy of action.

Avery Comar

Avery Comar is a senior majoring in history and Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies, with a minor in political science. As a Dean’s Scholar and a member of the history honors program, her research on the early Soviet Union explores the manipulation of time for political ends.

Diana Kate Karsanow

Diana Kate Karsanow is a senior majoring in art and architecture history and arts management. A former Undergraduate Summer Scholar and Undergraduate Associate, her research interests include global architecture history, African art history, and early twentieth-century colonial photography. She has published research on the Sacred Heart Cathedral of Lomé, Togo.