Andrew D Hoyt
Andrew D. Hoyt is Ph.D. student in History advised by Donna Gabaccia. He received his Masters in Cultural Studies, with a focus on archives, from the Claremont Graduate University. Andrew studies transatlantic radical print culture, particularly the poetry and art embedded in Italian language Anarchist publications (1880s-1940s). He is interested in how transnational migrants deployed cultural tools, such as martyrologies, symbols, street festivals and performances, to construct an anti-nationalist imagined community across much of the Atlantic basin. He is mapping the transnational networks of writers, editors, printers, distributors, and readers who participated in creating this cultural space and social movement.