Saybrook College Fellows

The following 4 individuals are Saybrook College’s Residential Fellows, who live among the students in Saybrook, can often be found eating in the Dining Hall, exercising in the gym, or working with students around the college.  Please don’t hesitate to ask them about anything Saybrook-, Yale-, or New Haven-related!

Anjan Bhullar

 bhart-anjan.bhullar@yale.edu

 

Kyle Skinner

Dr. Kyle Skinner recently complete his doctorate from Yale University in the Department of Italian Language and Literature, where his dissertation explored the relationship between language, politics, and theology during the Enlightenment through the work of Alessandro Manzoni..  He is currently a lecturer in the Department of Italian Language and Literature.  In 2015 he was awarded a Prize Teaching Fellowship and co-taught a seminar in the American Studies department at Yale sponsored by the Mellon Graduate Concentration entitled “Ritual and American Culture,” which explored the role of ritual in community formation.  An interest in community drives Kyle’s work both in and out of the classroom–including his role as a Resident Fellow, where, along with Professor Near, he helps shape the Saybrook Fellowship.  The last good picture he took was in 1995.  Dr. Skinner may be reached at kyle.skinner@yale.edu

Micah and Katharine Luce

micah@yale.edu or katharine.luce@yale.edu

Saybrook College Fellows and Associate Fellows are appointed directly by the Head of College and are distinguished Faculty, Staff, and Alumni of Yale University or other important individuals who contribute uniquely to New Haven and Yale University.  The following is a list of the Saybrook College Fellows along with their brief profiles and areas of interest.  If you are a current Saybrugian, please don’t hesitate to reach out to one of these individuals: they are eager and willing to speak about all things Yale-related and ready to help you in any way they possible can.