About Me

I graduated from Johns Hopkins University with a degree in Writing Seminars and Political Science, in addition to gaining an undergraduate certificate in Comparative Racial Politics.  I’m also a writer who’s had the opportunity to write about culture at Slate Magazine, interview refugees at the International Rescue Committee, lampoon Rick Santorum (among others) at the Johns Hopkins News-Letter, manage a team of writers as Editor-in-Chief of iFLIP4, and analyze everything from poetic etymology to the politics of “slum tourism” at the Oxford University Press. Portions of my book reviews have appeared in The Huffington Post and USA Today.  When I’m not busy trying to think of new ways to spread myself too thin, I work as a Deputy Editor of the Oxford University Press Blog.


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