Daniela Muehleisen ’19

Daniela Muehleisen ’19

Muehleisen

A resident of Mather House concentrating in Government, is awarded a Fellowship to write a collection of bilingual documentary poems and stories based on her mother's life growing up in Mexico City. During spring 2017, Muehleisen worked as a research partner for Kathleen Ossip, translating Ossip's poetry book, The Do-Over, into Spanish. Her own poems can be found in the Summer 2016 and Winter 2017 issues of The Harvard Advocate. She has worked extensively with civil rights organizations including Physicians for Human Rights and the Harvard Organization for Prison Education and Reform. Muehleisen plans to pursue an MFA in poetry and a career in human rights law.

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