Guantánamo Public Memory Project

About | Project Staff

Julia Thomas, Research Associate

Julia Thomas is a Masters candidate at New York University’s Draper Interdisciplinary Program, where she studies post-colonial history, collective violence, and public memory.  She previously worked with human rights organizations including the Global Justice Center and the Brooklyn Family Defense Project, and was an English teaching assistant in France.  She holds a BA in International Studies and French from Emory University.

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