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Anastasia Day

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Anastasia Day

Education
Lawrence University, B.A., Philosophy, 2012.

Bio
Anastasia received her B.A. in Philosophy, with minors in English and Latin from Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin, in 2012. While an undergrad, she participated in a semester-long program working and doing research at the Newberry Library in Chicago. Her life-long commitment to and interest in the environmental movement collided with her academic interests in an American Environmental History course while an undergraduate, which led her to the Hagley Program. She hopes to explore ideas of consumerism, popular environmental and intellectual thought in America, and possibly where those intersect with gender; her current passion is victory gardening. She enjoys tea, knitting, cooking with local and organic foods, detective fiction and backpacking in her spare time, and one day hopes to do all those things while teaching at an undergraduate liberal arts institution.