Dana Kit, was born in New Jersey, US in 1999. She has a dual Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations and Spanish with a minor in Law from Drew University and is currently pursuing her Juris Doctor at Seton Hall Law School.
She enjoys the pursuit of international human rights, political advocacy in Eastern Europe, and the global rise of right-wing populism. Outside of academia, she enjoys creative writing, hiking, and visiting museums.
Her main area of academic research is analyzing the rise of white supremacist discourse within right-wing populist groups, using the United States and Russia as examples of a global phenomenon.
Her main specialty areas are:
• International Relations and Political Science
• International Human Rights Law