Hope is a freelance journalist who writes regularly for JSTOR Daily, MIT’s Undark Magazine, and Vox, among other publications. Her work –– which spans a range of subjects, from culture to politics to technology –– has been featured in more than a dozen outlets, including The Atlantic, The Boston Globe, the Harvard Review, the Nieman Journalism Lab, and VICE. She is also a featured author in the Verso Books collection, Where Freedom Starts: Sex Power Violence #MeToo: A Verso Report.
Before freelancing full-time, Hope was a staff writer for TechRepublic, a division of CBS Interactive, (read articles here), and an adjunct professor at Indiana University, Southeast. She also hosted a podcast for IdeaFestival. Hope holds a Master of Liberal Arts in Journalism at the Harvard Extension School, which she earned while working at the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard. She now splits her time between Louisville, KY, and Budapest, Hungary. You can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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