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Center for Human Rights and International Justice

The Center's Staff

Bonnie Waldron
Staff Assistant

Daniel Quick
Undergraduate Research Assistant

Dan is a senior at Boston College studying History and Hispanic Studies with a minor in Women's and Gender Studies. During his Junior year, he studied abroad in Buenos Aires, Argentina, learning about Argentine literature, history, and culture. Over the course of his time at BC, Dan has developed a particular interest in issues of power and inequality, including the study of the history of immigration in the United States and the impact of race and gender in colonial Spain. After graduation, Dan intends to pursue a further degree in Latin American History with an eye toward becoming a professor in the future.

Eleanor Vorys
Undergraduate Research Assistant

Eleanor is a senior at Boston College majoring in International Studies with a focus on Human Rights and minoring in Management and Leadership. Eleanor studied abroad in Quito, Ecuador during her junior year and Kuwait City, Kuwait during her sophomore summer. She is dedicated to the investigation of the structure of domestic and foreign relations and its institutional impact on issues of social justice. She strives to educate and empower individuals so that they may better the global community.  She has been involved in tutoring and mentoring programs as well as film studies to give louder voices and increased resources to particular populations. She hopes to continue to join her passions for film and international justice after graduation.