Anabel Moore is a junior double-majoring in the History of Art and Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry and is a member of the Yale Jackson School’s Global Health program. Originally from Seattle, Washington, but having grown up in the Caribbean, Anabel is passionate about the intersection of physiology and art history, with a particular interest in Early Modern Europe. Currently a Nancy Horton Bartels Scholar at the Yale Center for British Art, Anabel is also an avid reader, writer and runner.
Seri is a senior from Seoul pursuing a degree in the History of Art. She is interested in self-portraiture from all periods and regions but particularly from early modern Europe and 20th century Korea. She is also curious about psychoanalytic theory and its applicability to art. In her free time, she likes to stretch, write poems, and read random articles on food and (obviously!) art.
Daniella Sanchez is a junior from Miami, Florida pursuing a double major in the History of Art and Comparative Literature at Yale University. She is interested in tribal art, and the intersection between cultural traditions and art. She loves drawing, writing poetry, and going for long runs.
Treasurer and Editor-at-Large
Camila is a junior majoring in History of Art with a Chinese certificate. She is very interested in art as a product of political and social tensions across the globe, mainly contemporary art. Outside of class, she loves journaling, drawing, and lifting weights!
Ana Rodrigues is a member of the Yale College class of 2025, majoring in the History of Art and Urban Studies (aka, a glorified history major). As a managing editor at YUJAAH, she brings a wide range of experience in the art historical and museum fields to her work, including work at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Yale Center for British Art, and the Yale University Art Gallery. In her free time, Ana has been learning how to crochet and watching Ted Lasso (football is life!).
Bri is a sophomore in Stiles majoring in Political Science. She is from a small town in Georgia called Dahlonega. In my free time, she loves reading, painting, writing, and baking. Besides YUJAAH, she is involved in the Independent Party of the YPU, her sorority Kappa Kappa Gamma, and she write for the weekend section of the YDN. She is super excited to be an Editor-at-Large this year and is so looking forward to reading everyone's work!
Social Chair and Editor-at-Large
Emma is a junior from London double-majoring in the History of Art and Neuroscience, interested in the Italian Renaissance and Czechoslovak avant-garde. As social chair and editor-at-large, she brings experience working at the Yale University Art Gallery and the Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture to her role on the Asterisk* team. In her free time, she enjoys drawing, making pottery and traveling. She also speaks Russian, Slovak and Czech and currently lives in Prague.
Elena is a sophomore planning to major in History of Art and possibly Linguistics. She likes all kinds of art, but is especially interested in 19th century Russian painting. She loves wandering through museums, reading, drawing, watching films, and playing cello and piano. She speaks three languages and is learning French and Korean, and plans to learn Italian next.
Julia is a sophomore from New York double majoring in History of Art and Economics at Yale. She is passionate about exploring the intersection of art and architecture and traveling to new places to see its impact on culture. She loves wandering around museums, reading in coffee shops, and (as of recently) playing polo!