Loyola University Chicago

Department of History

Current Leadership

2019-2020 Officers

President: Anthony Stamilio

Anthony Stamilio is a second-year student in the Public History MA program. His focus is in education and public programming in historical institutions. His research interests are in cultural history especially in nineteenth-century theatre. Originally trained as an actor, Anthony worked in Chicago’s theatre scene. He’s also led tours of Chicago for over a decade.

Vice President: Emily Paige Taylor

Emily-Paige Taylor is a second-year student in the U.S. and Public History PhD program.  Her research interests center around the intersection between architecture and homemaking, specifically in the late-19th and early-20th centuries.  Emily-Paige did her undergraduate work at Southern Oregon University and still calls the Cascade mountains her home. She is also an amateur competitive figure skater and self-proclaimed agent of chaos.

Treasurer: Hannah Overstreet

Hannah Overstreet is a second-year student in the Public History MA program. She currently works at the Women and Leadership Archives and has previously interned with the Field Museum, the Swedish American Museum, and the Frances Willard House Museum. Her areas of focus include exhibition development, interpretation, and visitor studies.

Secretary: Davis Stubblefield

Davis Stubblefield is a second-year student in the History Master’s program. His research interests center around the connection between history and memory, the history of race, labor, and social justice in America, and European imperialism in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. He spends most of his time hanging out with Soba - his fat cat.

Media Coordinator: Alicia Zeimet

Alicia Zeimet is a second-year student in the Public History MA program. Her research interests include 20th century immigration history, specifically the lives and labors of Mexican American women. She is also an avid troll hunter and coffee drinker.
 

Past HGSA Officers and Committee Chairs