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Editorial Staff

Student Editor

2023/24 Student Editor: Alexis Maly graduated with a double major in Religious Studies and Anthropology with a minor in International Human Rights at Webster University-Saint Louis in May 2024. She was a member of the Gleich Honors College who studied abroad at the University of Roehampton in London, England. She also traveled to Washington, D.C., during a Fall Break 2022 course that examined how human rights are represented in the nation’s capital. Maly’s plans after graduation include teaching English in Japan with the Japan Exchange & Teaching (JET) Programme.

2024/25 Student Editors:

  • Megan Meade is a sophomore at Webster University-Saint Louis with a keen interest in the humanities and strong passions from human rights and environmental sustainability. She looks forward to studying abroad and gaining new perspectives on world cultures and global issues. In addition to her academic interests and love for travel, Meade also enjoys spending time outdoors, baking, and making handmade jewelry.
  • Meghan Meehan is a senior at Webster University-Saint Louis who is earning a major in International Human Rights and a minor in French. She loves to travel and has visited 10 countries in three continents so far. Meehan studied abroad at Webster’s campus in Vienna, Austria, in Spring 2024 and will study in Leiden, The Netherlands, in Fall ’24. She also studied Indigenous Rights and the rights of nature in Ecuador’s Amazon rainforest.

Faculty Editor

Lindsey Kingston is an Associate Professor of International Human Rights at Webster University. She serves as Director of the Institute for Human Rights and Humanitarian Studies, which includes overseeing the undergraduate human rights program. Kingston earned her Ph.D. from Syracuse University’s Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs and is the author of Fully Human: Personhood, Citizenship, and Rights (Oxford University Press).