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Sarah Sadlier

Sarah Sadlier

History PhD student at Harvard University with a PhD secondary field in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
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2016
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Sarah Sadlier is a PhD Student in Harvard's History Department, specializing in American and Native American History. During her undergraduate career at Stanford, Sarah quadruple majored in History (with Honors), American Studies (with Honors), Iberian and Latin American Cultures, and Political Science (secondary major) with Distinction. She completed her master's in Modern Thought and Literature in 2017. At Stanford, she served as Co-Chair of the 45th Annual Stanford Powwow and as the course assistant for six classes: "WWI: New and Ongoing Controversies," "Mark Twain and American Culture," "Environmental and Resource Challenges on Native American Lands," "Technology and National Security," "Nuclear Weapons, Energy, Proliferation, and Terrorism," and "Living at the Nuclear Brink." She was also the producer for former Secretary of Defense William J. Perry's massive open online course on "The Threat of Nuclear Terrorism."