Sabina Unni ’19
Albright Fellow 2018

Sabina Unni
Sabina is a junior majoring in Anthropology.

She is fascinated by the role that NGOs play in enforcing state development paradigms, anthropological methodology, and political theories of violence and statehood. These past two summers, Sabina has conducted field and data research at NYU with separate labs. Beyond academics, Sabina is heavily involved in student theater, and particularly loves being able to act in and direct works of Shakespeare. She has spent the past semester studying abroad at the University of Córdoba in Spain, and hopes to identify an internship that reveals how development agencies operate and allows her to continue to speak Spanish.