Last week I started a series of weekly research trips, the practical end of my maternity leave Read More
The recent synagogue shooting has prompted me to be more open about my thoughts and feelings on being Jewish* in today’s America. We’re caught somewhere between whiteness and historical disenfranchisement, a simultaneous well-known and invisible minority. Read More
Right now, my colleagues at Columbia are preparing for a strike in an attempt to pressure the university administration into bargaining with our union. Here’s why I support them and why you should too. Read More
All aspects of culture are slaves of fashion, and cooking and by extension our relationship to food is no exception.
The day I left the hospital, holding my child made me physically ill. Read More
This morning marked a major success when I made it downstairs with both of my children by myself. This is going to be an interesting year. Read More
Money is perhaps the first thing that comes to mind when most people consider pursuing a graduate degree, and for good reason – this is a life built on financial uncertainty that is, for many people, prohibitively expensive to even enter. Read More