Articles By: Paul Mathis
Paul Mathis, Adams House ‘12, is Books & Arts Editor on the HPR. Paul has been a staff writer on the HPR since spring 2010, and has previously published work with The Harvard Crimson, The Harvard Gamut, and The Washington Post, among other news outlets. Beyond working with publications on and off campus, Paul is an active member of Harvard's a cappella and choral scenes, volunteers with the PBHA, and has been an assistant in historical research with Professor Sven Beckert since 2009. As a Linguistics and Philosophy concentrator, Paul currently studies a variety of topics in formal semantics, pragmatics, and logic, but has accrued a diverse course-background throughout his time at Harvard, having taken a number of classes in political and intellectual history, philosophy of mind, psychology, and ethics.
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