Margot Armbruster is a rising junior at Duke University who grew up in The Hague but now calls Milwaukee, Wisconsin home. She majors in English while pursuing academic interests including critical and decolonial theory, theology Latin and Ancient Greek, environmental science and economics. Outside of the classroom, she runs communications for her local Sunrise Movement hub, edits the Duke Chronicle‘s opinion section serves as co-president of the Duke Classics Collegium engages with local refugee populations, and sings in an a cappella group. She’s worked for the National Humanities Center, the Institute for Christian Socialism and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and her poetry has featured in outlets including The Guardian. In her spare time, she enjoys baking, nature walks, and live music. She’s interested in graduate study at the intersection of literature, climate justice, and theology.
Updated May 2020
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