Gabriela Glueck recently graduated from the University of Michigan with a BA in History and German and a minor in Art & Design. Inspired by her academic work focusing on German and Eastern European History, Gabriela has developed a strong interest in examining authoritarian regimes and agents of revolutionary resistance. In her Honors History Thesis, entitled Chernobyl and the German Democratic Republic: How the Structure of East German Environmentalism Came to Inform the Peaceful Protests, Gabriela explored these themes in the repressive context of East Germany. Working towards her MFA in Experimental and Documentary Arts, Gabriela strives to redirect her academic scholarship into the arena of public discourse in a journalistic capacity. By employing the potency of audio-visual media, she seeks to translate complex stories into a medium of utmost accessibility.
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