Adam Waters

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Adam Waters (he/him/his) is a third-year Ph.D. student in U.S. history with interests in the histories of politics, religion, and migration in the 20th century. His current research focuses on transnational networks of left religious activists in the Americas in the 1970s and 1980s, the U.S.-Central American Sanctuary Movement, and more broadly on the role of religion and religious communities in resisting U.S. empire.
Adam graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in History from Brown University, where he studied modern Latin American history. Prior to graduate school, he worked in progressive political advocacy and policy research in Washington, D.C.
Adam is a member of the History Department’s Diversity Committee and Graduate Advisory Committee. He is also a facilitator of the Approaches to Recent and Contemporary History (ARCH) working group.