Stanley Shiau is a fourth-year double major in History and Conservation & Resource Studies with a minor in Forestry. He is well-versed in WWII history and trivia and has a field of concentration focusing on the influence of the two world wars in society. In his free time, he enjoys volunteering, photography, cinematography, and hiking.
Fallon Burner is a third-year History major with a concentration in the Atlantic World and would like to acknowledge the Ohlone people on whose land she is able to earn her degree. She is focused on balancing main-stream historical narratives by re-focusing the lens on the perspective of Indigenous people and women, particularly the Huronne-Wendat people of Canada and the tribes which were part of the Powhatan Confederacy in Virginia. Having grown up in Yorktown, Virginia, history has always played a huge role in her life. Her first career was as an actor/singer/dancer, choreographer, and circus artist, and she still likes to dance, act, and sing when she gets a chance! If you attended any History Department events in the last year you’ve probably seen her in her unofficial capacity as undergrad department events maven.
Cait Cady is a senior studying political science and history. She is passionate about American political history, particularly the evolution of Congress and political parties during the tumultuous 19th century. She currently works for Berkeley’s Institute of Governmental Studies and is an editor for Clio’s Scroll, Berkeley’s undergraduate history journal. Outside of school, she has worked on numerous political campaigns in her home state of Arizona and spent last summer interning for the legislative affairs department of the National Grange in Washington DC.
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Danielle is a rising senior majoring in history, with an emphasis on U.S. foreign policy and Cold War politics. She is particularly interested in how the study of history intersects with child welfare, psychology, and the law. Danielle has done research on the legal history of child welfare institutions at Berkeley Law and is excited to start a new year of research for the J.D. program this Fall. She currently works at CPG Immigration Law Group in Oakland and enjoys traveling with her daughter and exploring the outdoors with friends. Danielle looks forward to sharing her love of history with the UC Berkeley community and hopes to bolster Phi Alpha Theta’s presence on campus.
Andrew Selvo is a Junior studying History at UC Berkeley, with a current emphasis on East Asia and in particular Japan. He also interns at the Northern California office of Asia Society and is teaching a DeCal on the history of Iceland. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his wife and friends, including watching movies and eating out.
Geraint (pronounced Jer-rant) is a third-year History and Global Studies double major. He hopes to go either into International Relations or become a history professor. His favorite time and place to study is the Roman Empire (Ancient Greece being a close second), with a dash of modern geopolitics on the side—although he will voraciously read anything on any time or place. He also particularly loves winning historical strategy games (electronic and tabletop), and generally being a nerd. When not buried in schoolwork, he can be found buried in sci-fi/fantasy novels or looking for good places to eat throughout the Bay.