Camellia Ye

Hume Honors Fellow
English and Economics

Camellia Ye is a senior majoring in English and Economics. Her interests lie in early modern poetry and the translation of tumultuous sociopolitical history into verse. She is also fascinated by representations of nature in literature and how they reveal anxieties around gender, productivity, aesthetics, civilization, etc. At Stanford, she is an editorial assistant for the Stanford Global Shakespeare Encyclopedia, a peer tutor in Economics, and a cellist in the Stanford Symphony Orchestra. In the past, she produced podcasts for the Stanford Storytelling Project and worked as a research assistant for many faculty projects, including the Oral History Text Analysis Project with Prof. Estelle Freedman. 

SHC Project

Milton’s “Intestine War”: Revolutionary Sensation and Inaction in “Paradise Lost”

Camellia Ye