PPEH Postdoctoral FellowRachel Antoinette Cypher's current research interests engage with ongoing questions of how the environment makes us who we are, and how we make the environment. Putting gender, race, and class at the center of her inquiries, she also experiments with new forms of storytelling and ways of knowing the world.
Program Coordinator, Penn Program in Environmental Humanities
Public Pedagogies Teaching FellowJane Robbins Mize is a writer, teacher, and literary scholar in Philadelphia. She is currently a doctoral candidate in English at the University of Pennsylvania, where she studies late nineteenth- and twentieth-century North American literature and material culture.
Founding Faculty Director, Penn Program in Environmental Humanities
Associate Professor of German Languages and Literature