Jewel Yoder Kuhns



B.A., Writing and Editing, Sterling College, 2017

Conference Presentations and Publications

“Why Bonnet Fiction Fails,” Great Plains Review, May 2017

“Pierced by the Nail: Simone Weil’s Life and Reflections on Suffering with the Oppressed,” Sterling Underground Humanities Conference, March 2017; Conference on Christianity and Literature, April 2017

“An Unexpected Redemption: How Shusaku Endo and Makoto Fujimara Explore the Language of Faith through the Aesthetics of Suffering,” Conference on Christianity and Literature, October 2016


Jewel is interested in exploring historical topics concerning women’s studies, human rights, immigration, and U.S. foreign policy, and intends to teach History at a high school or college level after completing her graduate degree at CWRU.