Arthur & the Knights of the Round Table
Ethan Brown is a sophomore at the College double majoring in economics and government. Ethan is so excited to serve as the committee director for Arthur & the Knights of the Round Table and cannot wait to see how you all navigate through legendary feats and medieval geopolitics in April (fair warning, also looking forward to blaring the Camelot soundtrack for the entire weekend!) A little bit about Ethan: outside of IR Club, Ethan is a section editor at the Flat Hat, the student-run newspaper, a peer scholarship advisor, an economics tutor, and a member of a social fraternity. If you have any questions or queries about committee, please feel free to reach out to Emeline or Ethan; but for now, he looks forward to welcoming you all our beloved Williamsburg in the spring!
A passionate fan of Arthurian legend, serving as the Crisis Director for King Arthur & the Knights of the Round Table fills Emeline with excitement. What peaks her interest the most when diving into this mythology is the interplay between supernatural and human forces and how conflicts between the two provide a look into prevalent issues throughout the late fifth and early sixth century. Fiction serves as a reflection of reality, and she aims to highlight such a principle throughout conference weekend. Regarding her background, Emeline is currently a sophomore at the College planning on majoring in International Relations and Economics. Outside of being an active member of our International Relations Club (IRC), Emeline works at the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, as a Research Assistant on a Coal Finance Project within the Government Department, and sings with William & Mary's Women's Chorus. Emeline eagerly looks forward to welcoming you to &MUN VII, and wishes you luck in your research and preparation as we approach conference weekend.