Madison R. Wolfert
Madison Wolfert (she/her) joined the Department of English at Princeton University in 2018. Her research examines the emergence of gendered subjecthood in early modern colonial scenes of labor and land use in the Atlantic world. Her dissertation, tentatively titled “Gender, Race, and Labor in the Early Modern Atlantic World,” traces the co-constitution of gender and race in the literatures of seventeenth-century Britain, the Netherlands, and their colonies. Madison is also pursuing a graduate certificate in Princeton’s Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies, and holds an M.A. in English from Princeton University (2020) and a B.A. in English from Bowdoin College (2017). Madison is currently an Assistant in Instruction for GSS201: Introduction to Gender & Sexuality Studies and has previously served as an A.I. in ENG215: Introduction to Science Fiction and ENG320: Shakespeare I.