Madeleine Shaw '25

International Peace & Security, Student Assistant

Madeleine Shaw is a '25 from Bloomington, Indiana majoring in Government and Russian with a minor in Arabic & Middle Eastern Studies. Interested particularly in conflict resolution, radicalization, and historical memory, she plans to pursue a career in diplomacy or intelligence after graduation. Madeleine has been a War & Peace Fellow since her sophomore year, and currently serves as Senior Editor of the World Outlook International Affairs Journal and Under-Secretary-General for Dartmouth Model UN. Now a Presidential Research Scholar at Dartmouth, Madeleine worked in Professor Lyall's Political Violence FieldLab for two years, and recently presented and published her research on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict in the Journal of Peace & War Studies. Outside of the classroom, she interned at Exodus refugee resettlement agency as well as the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs, where she focused on Russia's role in the Middle East. She also spent a term away from Dartmouth studying Arabic language and refugee policy in Amman, Jordan. When not at the Dickey Center, Madeleine can be found competing for Dartmouth's figure skating team, giving campus tours, or reading history novels at local cafes.


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