Center for Australian and New Zealand Studies
Center for Australian and New Zealand Studies

Past Research Interns

Sarah Almgren, International Relations and Global Studies
Ariana Azimi, Government | Women and Gender Studies
Insiya Aziz, Government
Freya Berglund, International Relations and Global Studies
Kaitlin Bethay, Humanities
Selma Bora Chang, International Relations and Global Studies
Gabriel Bowes-Whitton, Philosophy | Law | University of Sydney
Ashlynn Bryant, Government | Women and Gender Studies
Taylor Bui, Government | International Relations and Global Studies
Emily Cantwell, French | International Relations and Global Studies
Travis Clark, Government
Lili Clift, English
Caitlin Dorame, Government
Tamar Farchy, Government | International Relations and Global Studies
Lea Hamdan, Government
Caroline Hahn, Italian | International Relations and Global Studies
Paloma Hernandez, Government
Madeline Hoadley, Government | History
Darcey Holender, International Relations and Global Studies
Natalie Kraverath, Government
Tom Lowry, Government
Mackenzie Massey, Government | International Relations and Global Studies
Isha Mehta, Plan II | Government
Shannon Mitchell, International Relations and Global Studies
Snovia Moiz, International Relations and Global Studies
Rachel Moore, Government | Public Relations
John Newcomb, Government
Elizabeth Park, Anthropology | International Relations and Global Studies
Harriot Park, Government | International Relations and Global Studies
Lynn Phan, Government
Emily Rohles, Government | International Relations and Global Studies
Sierra Rowe, Government
Bahar Sahami, Government | International Relations and Global Studies
Lauren Schneider, Neuroscience
Shivani Shah, Government
Laura Smith, Government
Kate Strickland, Plan II | Government
Roushon Talcott, International Relations and Global Studies | Asian Cultures and Languages
Keith Thoma, Government
Ainslie Tisdale, International Relations and Global Studies
Alina Tonu, Asian Studies
Stephanie Ward, Government | African and African Diaspora Studies
Louise Williams, Psychology | Arabic Language | University of Sydney