Madelyn Lugli is the Henry A. Kissinger Predoctoral Fellow in International Security Studies at Yale University's Jackson School of Global Affairs. Her research focuses on the role of gender and emotion within the history of twentieth-century international relations. Similarly, her dissertation considers the ways in which emotions and personal relationships forged foreign affairs during the decades between World Wars I & II. You may find her published work in Public Books and Tocqueville 21.

She is currently completing her PhD in History at Northwestern University. She received her BA in History and Irish Studies from the University of Notre Dame.