Alec Israeli is a senior in the Department of History pursuing certificates in European Cultural Studies, African American Studies, and Humanistic Studies. With research interests in the overlaps of labor and intellectual history in the 19th-century Atlantic, his senior thesis advised by Matthew Karp will examine the labor ideologies of antebellum cotton planters in the Lower Mississippi Valley. On campus, he is a co-Editor-in-Chief of the Princeton Historical Review, a humanities correspondent for the Princeton Correspondents on Undergraduate Research, and a mentor with the Humanities Council. He was previously managing editor of the Princeton Progressive magazine. In his spare time, he likes to play jazz piano.