What do you mean “Society”? When I say “society,” I mean writing about people. We’re an odd bunch. Sometimes our decisions don’t make sense—on the surface. But if you look closer, through the lens of psychology, sociology, history, politics—whatever!—you’ll start seeing the patterns that make us who we are.
Here’s some of my recent work about people. If you’d like to read my political writing, head on over to my politics page.
- Washington Post — “The deadliest period of a hurricane? After it’s over,” 2017
- Charleston Post and Courier – “Hurricane recovery can be more deadly than the storm,” 2017
- Spartanburg Herald-Journal – “Deadliest period of a hurricane can be its aftermath”
- Kankakee Daily Journal – “Deadliest period of a hurricane? After”
- The Daily Gazette – “The deadliest period of a hurricane? After it’s over“
- New York Magazine’s Science of Us,
- Medium — “Please Stop Telling Poor People to Leave Their Homes,” 2018
- Washington Post’s The Lily — “I grew up valuing purity and virginity. Today, it’s left me with feelings of shame,” 2018
- Broadly/VICE —“Why America Is So Obsessed with Dead Girls,” 2018