Sarah is a first year Ph.D. student specializing in U.S. History with a focus on Cold War-era psychological warfare and cultural diplomacy campaigns.
Her recent work focuses on the Free Europe Press’ balloon-disseminated print propaganda campaign in Hungary in the lead-up to the 1956 Uprising. She received her B.A. and M.A. from Columbia University where she also served as an advisor to the university’s Cold War Archival Research Fellowship. Prior to pursuing her doctorate, Sarah worked as an immigration law paralegal specializing in nonimmigrant works visas for artists, academics, and scientists.