CREST Interns 2017


Alex Alferiev
Alex is a fourth year Political Science specialist with a focus in international relations and a minor in Anthropology.

Lama El Hanan
Lama is pursuing majors in Anthropology (Society, Culture and Language) and Near and Middle Eastern Studies. She is in her fourth year.
Maggie Morris
Maggie is pursuing a minor in Anthropology (Environmental) and Sociology, and a major in Ethics, Society and Law. She is in her fourth year.

Taneeta Doma
Taneeta recently graduated from the University of Toronto with a major in Biological Anthropology and minors in Equity Studies and Philosophy. Her research in Kerala focused on the role of agency in a meritocratic environment given the existing social structures, and how the students articulated their goals and ambitions as a result.


Amanda Harvey-Sanchez
Amanda is a fourth year student double majoring in Sociocultural Anthropology and Environmental Studies, with a minor in Equity Studies. She is interested in issues of Indigeneity and identity, social movements, and climate change. Outside of her studies, Amanda is involved in social and environmental activism and student politics.

Harshita Singh
Harshita Singh has recently graduated from the University of Toronto with a specialist in History, and a double minor in Art History and Political Science. Her research in Kerala reflects on how both students and educators at CREST professionalize identity to compete in a capitalist economy out of pragmatism while also using CREST as a venue for self-exploration and community.

Honor Kilbourne