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Anastasja Abraham

Doctoral Student

Anastasja (Ana) Abraham is a doctoral student in the Department of Political Science at Northeastern University, specializing in American Government & Politics and Comparative Politics. She has a strong background interest in nationalism, totalitarianism, and the scholarship of Hannah Arendt. She has served as a research assistant for Modern Political Thought and Research Methods in the Social Sciences.

Biography

Originally from Upstate New York, Ana holds Master’s Degrees in National Security from the University of New Haven and Political Science from Northeastern University. She enjoys reading, traveling, and Boston sports.

Prior work

While enrolled in the Master of Arts in Political Science program at Northeastern University, Ana completed a Master’s Thesis under the guidance of Dr. Natalie Bormann. This project consisted of a contemporary examination of Arendt’s scholarship, viewed through the lens of the current trends of migration and immigration from Latinx majority countries to the United States.

Research Interests: Nationalism, Totalitarianism, Fascism, Political Ideologies, Political Thought

Contact info:
960A Renaissance Park
abraham.an@husky.neu.edu