Congratulations to the Program’s Recent Graduates

The Program in Critical Theory’s Designated Emphasis has grown considerably since its inception in 2010. Now in the tenth year, the program’s current enrollment stands at 96 active students with over 60 affiliated faculty. To date, 54 UC Berkeley PhD’s have earned a Designated Emphasis in Critical Theory.

Congratulations to the following twelve graduates since 2019:

Molly Borowitz (August 2019)
PhD in Hispanic Languages and Literatures
DE in Critical Theory
DE in Renaissance and Early Modern Studies

William Callison (August 2019)
PhD in Political Science
DE in Critical Theory

Philip Gerard (August 2019)
PhD in Comparative Literature
DE in Critical Theory

Jordan Greenwald (August 2019)
PhD in Comparative Literature
DE in Critical Theory

Megan Hoetger (May 2019)
PhD in Performance Studies
DE in Critical Theory
DE in Film Studies

Matt Horton (August 2019)
PhD in Education
DE in Critical Theory

Basit Iqbal (December 2019)
PhD in Anthropology
DE in Critical Theory

Taylor Johnston (May 2019)
PhD in Comparative Literature
DE in Critical Theory

Tae Hyun Kim (August 2019)
PhD in Chinese Language
DE in Critical Theory

Stephen McIsaac (May 2019)
PhD in Medical Anthropology
DE in Critical Theory 

Katharine Wallerstein (December 2019)
PhD in Rhetoric
DE in Critical Theory

Zi-Qiao (Lawrence) Yang (August 2019)
PhD in Chinese Language
DE in Critical Theory
DE in Film Studies