Paige Allen ’21 is an English concentrator pursuing certificates in Creative Writing, Humanistic Studies, Theater, and Music Theater. She contributed the essays The Avatar’s Ancient Roots, Monstrous Capital, Monstrous Resistance: An Episode Analysis of “The Painted Lady,” andMoonlight and Monsters: An Episode Analysis of “The Puppetmaster.”
Jessie Fielding ’21 is a Computer Science concentrator pursuing a certificate in Applied and Computational Mathematics. She contributed the essay series Understanding the Monster and the CSS for the buttons on the website.
Alex Kim ’21 is a Mathematics concentrator pursuing a certificate in Creative Writing. He contributed the essays A Film and Media Perspective: To Be the Monster, A Film and Media Perspective: To Fear the Monster, and A Film and Media Perspective: To See the Monster.
Anna McGee ’22 is a Philosophy concentrator pursuing certificates in Cognitive Science and Creative Writing. Although she is no longer enrolled in this course, she contributed the artwork and the bulk of the text for the Welcome page. Her singular passion for ATLA and LOK is the reason why this project exists today. We love you, Anna!
Livia Qoshe ’21 is a Neuroscience concentrator pursuing a certificate in Computer Science. She contributed the essay The Monster Within Us.
Hannah Wang ’21 is a School of Public and International Affairs concentrator pursuing certificates in Creative Writing and French Language and Culture. She contributed the photo essay The Spirit World Bestiary and the essay Monstrous Comparisons.
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