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Meg Gravelle

Teaching Assistant

Gender and Women's Studies

Master's Student, Department of History

Pronouns: they/them/theirs


Building & Room:

UH 1212


Meg earned their BA in International Studies (Emphasis: South Asia; Minor: Psychology) from Roosevelt University. As an undergraduate, they studied abroad in Amsterdam and Hyderabad, India. After graduation and a many-year stint working in the world of intellectual property law while simultaneously doing community organizing in Chicago, Meg decided it was finally time to pursue a graduate degree in history to become a high school history teacher. They're currently in their third and final year as a grad student in the Department of History and also serving as a Graduate Teaching Assistant for "GWS 101: Gender in Everyday Life" for AY 2021-22 at UIC. Other research interests include: nineteenth- and twentieth-century US History; Chicago History; Human Rights; Citizenship; Borders; Gender; Education Policy; International Relations; Intellectual Property; and Environmental Studies.