Michelle Robinson Princeton Thesis

My primary interest is in American Judaism, particularly the intersections of religion and print culture in 19th and 20th century American Jewish history. I also have interests in American religious cultures, religious studies theory, Yiddish language and literature, and Jewish participation in modern sport. In 2012, I received my BA in Religion from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and my MA in Jewish Studies from Indiana University-Bloomington in 2014. I have also recently studied at the National Yiddish Book Center in Amherst, Massachusetts. I am enrolled in the Jewish Studies certificate program through Emory’s Tam Institute for Jewish Studies.

Michelle Obama thesis was on racial divide - POLITICO

She is obviously very aware of the ramifications of her race within the confines of this election.

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Michelle Obama has this to say:Obama writes that the path she chose by attending Princeton would likely lead to her "further integration and/or assimilation into a white cultural and social structure that will only allow me to remain on the periphery of society; never becoming a full participant." Princeton gave her many opportunities.

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My work is in non-profits in Atlanta and Boston with both those impacted by HIV/AIDS and LGBT senior adults of color has directly influenced my research interests, which involve synthesizing how religion, culture, and politics intersect to impact the lives of sexual minorities. Currently my research uses interdisciplinary methods to explore the disproportionate burden HIV/AIDS is placing on communities of color—particularly among black men who have sex with men—and examining how religion acts as a cultural determinant of health for these communities. The goal of this research is to articulate how religion acts to shape this epidemic in ways that are tangible, yet often overlooked and hard to quantify. From 2014-2016 I was a doctoral fellow at the Interfaith Health Program of Emory University, where my work involved studying the impact of U.S. Evangelical beliefs on American foreign HIV/AIDS policies implemented in Sub-Saharan Africa. I hold a B.A. in Anthropology from Emory University (2011) and an M.T.S. from Harvard Divinity School (2014).


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I would think though that a woman who went to Princeton and married a man with strong political aspirations would think before she opened her trap and let some manure such as this out into the public forum.

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Laura Di Panfilo is a second year Master of Divinity student at Princeton Theological Seminary. She enjoys studying how gender influences religious experience. In her free time she enjoys yoga and tending to her bonsai trees.

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Obama writes that the path she chose by attending Princeton would likely lead to her ‘further integration and/or assimilation into a white cultural and social structure that will only allow me to remain on the periphery of society; never becoming a full participant.’

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Melanie came to Princeton from North Carolina and Duke University, and she now studies how families raise children despite different kinds of challenges. She has previously worked with large scale data sets, particularly the Fragile Families Study, but wanted to get to know families more directly. She is learning about early childhood directly by discovering the world anew with her young son and daughter.

Princeton senior thesis, Racism.

I am interested in expanding the scholarship around religion in the American South. My dissertation, tentatively titled No Place for Mere Entertainment: Religion and Popular Culture in the Victorian Bible Belt, examines how religion interacted with popular culture in the industrializing New South. A public historian, I am also concerned with the role of religious history in the American historical meta-narrative interpreted for the general public.