Madeline Hudalla ’21

Madeline Hudalla
Madeline is a junior majoring in International Relations-Political Science and Middle Eastern Studies with a concentration on Jewish history.

She spent the summer of 2019 researching marginalized Jewish histories with Diarna: The Geo-Museum of North African and Middle Eastern Jewish Life. During the summer of 2018, she worked with the International Institute of Minnesota in the Refugee Employment Services department where she helped refugees find gainful employment in the United States. On campus, Madeline is an art board editor for The Wellesley Review and is a member of the Wellesley Debate Society. After her time at Wellesley, Madeline hopes to broaden the Jewish historical studies field through research on the Sephardic and Mizrahi diaspora.