Student Historian

Drew Gamboa currently studies at Washington State University, where research interests focus on relational experiences amongst agricultural workers during the twentieth century and residual effects of U.S. social programs marked partly through civil rights and community action initiatives. Through studying the movement of agricultural workers from a culturally-based relational approach—mostly in the earlier half of the twentieth century—Drew hopes to open up complexities within migrant experiences that creates a fuller picture of the lives and interactions generated amongst agricultural workers.

At the University of Washington, Drew studied history, political science, and labor as an undergraduate student and cultural studies as an MA student. Drew has found involvement with heritage and advocacy projects pertaining to Latinx, farm working, and rural communities in the Pacific Northwest. Much of Drew’s work life has moved across varying roles—being fortunate to have experienced opportunities in food and hospitality, social service settings, health administration, and higher education.

Lycée Victor-Schœlcher (1902- )

The Lycée Victor-Schœlcher is a secondary school located in Fort-du-France, Martinique. Initially built in 1902, the Lycée Victor-Schœlcher has served as the foundational home for significant intellectual figures of Caribbean literary, political, and philosophical traditions including Aimé Césaire, Léon-Gontran Damas, and Frantz Fanon. It is … Read MoreLycée Victor-Schœlcher (1902- )

Emahoy Tsegué-Maryam Guèbrou (1923-2023)

Yewubdar Emahoy Tsegué-Maryam Guèbrou was an Ethiopian nun and musician. Her music reflected a life that experienced several unexpected moves as well as a devotional commitment to Christian orthodoxy. Yewubdar was born in Addis Ababa on December 12, 1923, to Kessaye Yelemtu, a relative of … Read MoreEmahoy Tsegué-Maryam Guèbrou (1923-2023)