Amsale (Amy) Alemu is a Ph.D. Candidate in African and African American Studies at Harvard. She holds an A.M. degree in History from Harvard University and an A.B. Honors degree in History and Economics from Harvard College. Her research is funded by the Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Fellowship and Foreign Language Area Studies Fellowship. She has taught courses in African American studies and African languages and culture, and has been awarded for distinction in teaching. She has also co-convened a year-long workshop for developing, critiquing, and producing new projects in multimedia history as a Design Fellow at the History Design Studio. Her research interests include Black transnationalism, history of political thought, integrative approaches to African and African American studies, and digital and multimedia scholarship.
A.M. Harvard University, History
A.B. Harvard College, History (secondary field Economics)