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Skidmore College
English Department

Student Representatives

The English department appoints student representatives each year, whose job it is to represent the interests of English majors and minors. They attend monthly department meetings, where they have voting rights (with the exception of issues regarding personnel).

Feel free to get in touch with one or all of them if you have questions, concerns, or ideas about how the English department can better fulfill its mission.

The representatives for the 2021-2022 school year are:

Perry BrowerPerry Brower

My name is Perry Brower and I was raised in Harlem, New York for the majority of my life. I am an English and Computer Science double major as well as a member of the Periclean Honors Forum. My hobbies have always been reading and writing stories and playing video games, so I am usually either coming up with a new story idea or playing some form of console. When I graduate, I’m hoping to become a part of the video game industry as either a programmer or narrative assistant. I will do my best to aid the English department to the best of my ability.

Hannah CharityHannah Charity

My name is Hannah Charity, and I grew up in Southern California. I’m currently a senior studying English and Classics. On campus, I’m part of Skidmore News as the Pulp editor, and I’m part of Newman and Christian Fellowship. I plan to attend law school after I graduate. My interests are reading romance and fiction novels, writing poetry and articles, and posting book reviews on my bookstagram. I'm looking forward to helping the English department in any way that I can!

Miriam HarrowMiriam Harrow

My name is Miriam Harrow (she/her), and I’m currently a senior studying English with the intention of going to graduate school in the near future. My academic interests are in literary theory and queer studies. I grew up in Manhattan and northern New Jersey. Outside of academics, I copyedit for the Skidmore News; I am a tutor in the writing center, and I am the co-president of Bare. I look forward to getting more involved in the English department through this position!

Aymon LangloisAymon Langlois

My name is Aymon Langlois. I am an English major, member of the Periclean Honors Forum and Class of 2023. My scholastic interests include disability studies and nineteenth century transatlantic literatures and I’ve been fortunate enough to publish on the subject, namely in Wordgathering: A Journal of Disability Poetry and Literature. Fictive endeavors have appeared online and in print in Canvas and Adelaide Literary Magazine. Outside of my academic pursuits, I’m a recreational runner, member of the Skidmore Dynamics, and a vocal disability rights activist. After completing my undergraduate coursework, I plan to pursue a doctoral degree in English literature. I am honored to be serving the Department as a Student Representative and look forward to making many new connections along the way.