Hailing from the romantic, yet perennially troubled South, Abigail studied literature and philosophy at an overpriced institution in North Georgia. Unsatisfied with her education, she found herself at St. John’s College in Annapolis, MD where she engaged texts on Ancient Greek philosophy, mathematics, poetry, and politics. After a few brave attempts to teach philosophy at her local university, Abigail packed her things once more and headed east for Berlin. Currently enrolled in the Project Year Program, she has committed herself to long bouts of existential suffering and weight loss in an attempt to produce a coherent thesis on divine subjectivity. After ECLA, she plans on pursuing a PhD in philosophy. Abigail currently is the editor-in-chief of the Die Bärliner.