Carleigh Ann Beriont

Carleigh Ann Beriont

PhD Candidate
Religions of the Americas
Carleigh Ann Beriont
Carleigh Beriont is a doctoral student at Harvard University where she studies the history of American religions and politics in global context. Her research focuses on American imperialism and missionaries in the Pacific with a particular emphasis on race and gender. Prior to coming to Harvard, Carleigh worked for the Ministry of Education of the Republic of the Marshall Islands and served as the director of the Dartmouth Volunteer Teaching Program. She has a MTS in Religion, Ethics, and Politics from Harvard Divinity School and a BA in Religion, French, and Politics from Mount Holyoke College.

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