The School of Philosophy is delighted to welcome a Mitchell Scholar, Annabelle Curry, from Princeton University

Annabel Barry is an English major at Princeton University. A believer in the political power of literature, she is the co-editor-in-chief for The Nassau Literary Review, Princeton’s oldest undergraduate publication and only traditional literary magazine. She has been awarded several competitive research and travel grants that allowed her to travel to the Northern Ireland border and write a collection of creative non-fiction stories about the border, and to study Ulysses at Oxford. Her pieces have been published in literary magazines and her paper about John Keats has been accepted for publication in the Keats-Shelley Review. Annabel is also a scenic and puppet designer with a passion for sustainable design and community-based theater. On campus, Annabel represents the English Department’s Class of 2019 on the Undergraduate Advisory Committee, is a peer academic advisor to 20 underclassmen, and is a fellow and mentor at the Princeton Writing Center. A Connecticut native, she will study Philosophy and Literature at University College Dublin