Class of 2024
Hometown: Miami, Florida
Research Interests: Identity politics, nationality laws, citizenship, cultural symbology, statecraft, and state building
As a person with multiple cultural backgrounds, Chloe is passionate about academia and regional research as it became a point of exploring, understanding, and reconciling her multifaceted identity. While completing her Bachelor's of International Relations at the American University of Kuwait, Chloe focused her senior graduating thesis on exploring the depth of gendered nationality laws, cultural symbology, and the diverse socio-cultural landscape of Kuwait. As a graduate student, Chloe seeks to deeply examine the intersection of historical and contemporary socio-cultural constructs such as identity and cultural symbolism and their connection to domestic legislation and foreign policy objectives. Professionally, Chloe intends to earn a Ph.D. in Middle Eastern Studies, and add to the academic literature on the Arabian Gulf.