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Madeline Hart

2022 Pulitzer Fellow

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May 9, 2022

Georgetown Student to Study Female Genital Cutting in Guinea

Madeline (Maddie) Hart (SFS’23) has been selected as the Berkley Center-Pulitzer Center international reporting fellow for summer 2022. Her project will explore religious groups fighting female genital cutting and child marriage in Guinea.

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Madeline Hart (SFS’23) is an undergraduate student majoring in international politics with a concentration in international law, institutions, and ethics. She is minoring in religion, ethics, and world affairs, as well as French. Since coming to Georgetown, Madeline has discovered a passion for human rights issues, and she works as an editorial assistant for the human rights and development section of the Georgetown Journal of International Affairs. She also loves writing and research, and serves as the editor for The Caravel’s Middle East and Central Asia section, as well as a member of its editorial board. Madeline is a member of Moot Court, as she is particularly interested in the intersection between human rights, religion, and constitutional law. At the Berkley Center, Madeline is the 2022 Pulitzer Center international reporting fellow; she was a student fellow in the 2021 Doyle Undergraduate Fellows program and is a student academic assistant for Dr. Ryann Craig.

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