For the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies at Harvard, I have covered events, including:
- “‘The Origins of Narcotrafficking’ Deconstructs Histories of the Colombian and Mexican Illegal Drug Industries“
- “Isabel Allende Speaks at the Sanctuary Theatre“
- “The Harvard Cubans Premiere Shares Untold Story of US-Cuba Relations with a Harvard Twist”
While living in Bogotá, I contributed to the English newspaper of Bogotá, The City Paper:
- I traveled to Cartagena to cover the Hay Festival in January 2017, writing about an event featuring three former presidents of Latin American countries.
- I wrote about the Colombian chocolate renaissance in honor of Valentine’s Day.
- I covered a preview screening of Colombian director Victor Gaviria’s latest film.
- I wrote a preview of FICCI, the international film festival of Cartagena, then I travelled to Cartagena again to cover the festival in March 2017.
A project I completed about the Gold Rush showgirl Lola Montez was published on US History Scene in October 2015. The three pieces introduce Lola and analyze enduring legacy, how she straddled conventions of the low-brow performer and Victorian woman in San Francisco culture in flux in the 1850s, and how she engineered her representations in visual culture.
After planning the first ever House Tea in the Harvard Art Museums, I was interviewed for an April 2015 article in the Harvard Art Museum Magazine, Index.
My thesis research conducted in the DF was covered in an October 2014 article in the Harvard Gazette.