The recent graduate majored in English and economics, and her thesis looks at Milton's Paradise Lost.
Recent graduate Camellia Ye majored 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 was an editorial assistant for the Stanford Global Shakespeare Encyclopedia, a peer tutor in Economics, and a cellist in the Stanford Symphony Orchestra. She plans on pursing her interests in environmental economics and public policy at the University of Chicago.