Editorial Board

Tyler Calabrese

Tyler Calabrese is a senior from Houston, TX, majoring in Computer Science and English. He loves any history of the Americas, but especially from the 20th century. He loves coffee, going on walks, and a freshly sharpened pencil. In addition to THR, he co-hosts a WMFO radio show with his friend, Mack; works as a Teaching Fellow in the CS department; and manages a JumboCode project.

Joyce Fang

Joyce is a freshman from Farmington, CT, intending on majoring in American Studies with a minor in history. Her historical interests include post-WWII America, Eastern Europe, Taiwan, and the history of decolonization around the world. Women’s fashion history and historical sewing also fascinate her. One of her goals is to make a historically accurate late 19th-century corset. Outside of THR, she is a member of Model UN, Tufts Robotics, and the Early Music Ensemble.

Gabe Gonzales

Gabe is a sophomore from Marblehead, MA who is majoring in international relations.  His historical interests include European and American history, in particular WWII and the Cold War.  He is also interested in politics and sports.  His hobbies include mountain hiking, reading, and running.  He is involved with Tufts History Society and Tufts Mountain Club as well. 

Klea Hysenbelli

Klea is a senior from Long Island, NY, majoring in Quantitative Economics and History. Her interests lie at the intersection of economics and history, with special emphasis on the Balkans, monetary theory, development, financial markets, and migration. Outside of the Tufts Historical Review, Klea leads the Tufts Economics Society and enjoys rowing, photography, rock climbing, long walks, long conversations, and she is an avid reader.

Abigail Kosnik

Abigail is a Sophomore from Metro-Detroit, Michigan who majors in Archaeology and minors in Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies. She is especially interested in women’s history and the history of the working class. She likes to explore through material remains the stories of those peoples whom written history has overlooked. Outside of THR she participates in KODA and Full Sound and has a passion for music, cooking, and bike riding.

Sam Lippmann

Sam is a freshman from Westchester, New York. He’s currently undecided about his major. He’s fascinated by all history, but particularly pre-Columbian, Roman, and Jewish history. In his free time, Sam mainly likes breathing, sleeping and eating, not necessarily in that order. 

Gregory Lion

Gregory is a junior from Boonton Township, New Jersey. He is majoring in History and minoring in Economics, and although interested in all history, he is especially fascinated with Roman and Byzantine history. In addition to Tufts Historical Review, Gregory enjoys participating in Tufts Historical Society and the Model UN, playing strategy video games, squash, and running. 

Anna O’Sullivan

Anna is a freshman from Concord, Massachusetts studying Political Science and Philosophy. Outside of Tufts Historical Review, she is part of the Tufts Daily and Pre-Law Society. She is particularly drawn to the social history of the early United States. In her free time, Anna enjoys running, reading, and listening to true-crime podcasts.

Phoebe Sargeant

Phoebe Sargeant is a current Graduate Student in the MAT program specializing in High School History Education. She graduated Tufts in 2021 where she was a member of THR for all four years of her undergraduate. She is originally from VT and studied the intersection between History and Education, particularly interested in the cultivation and propagation of collective historical memory.

Micah Thode

Micah is a junior from Dallas, Texas majoring in International Relations and Quantitative Economics with a minor in Arabic. He is interested in Middle East history and Economic Development. 

Carl Svahn

Carl is a sophomore from Austin, TX majoring in Political Science. He loves American, Greco-Roman, Middle Eastern, and Scandinavian history. Outside of THR, Carl is a writer for the Tufts Daily, Model UN Delegate, and member of the Tufts Electoral Commission (ECOM) in charge of running student elections. He enjoys naps, movies, comics, running, and strong coffee in his free time. 

Ilan Werblow

Ilan is a sophomore from southern Oregon. He is majoring in History and Classics. Ilan is especially interested in the interwar period and Scottish history. Outside of THR, Ilan is the Vice President of the Tufts History Society.