Eva Baudler

B.A., English & History, Loyola Marymount University (2020)

Before coming to Stanford, Eva received her BA in English & History from Loyola Marymount University. Her research interests include public history, memory work, genealogy, nationalism, mythmaking, mass atrocities, and silences in archives and school curriculums. She aims to focus on transnational history and how historical dialogue can be a tool for political and social reconciliation. Eva has launched a number of digital public history projects about topics such as disability in Nazi Germany, Tibetan sovereignty, and grassroots memory in modern Russian history. Her undergraduate thesis highlighted memoirs, research, and personal family history centered on World War II, the Holocaust, and "historical amnesia" in postwar Germany. Her creative writing inspirations include James Baldwin, Chanel Miller, and Naomi Shihab Nye.