- An Ode to Saint Francisco and to Sea Creatures, February 2018
- A Year in Books, December 2017
- On Grief in Times of Transition, October 2017
- This Is Not the First Time That Immigrant Children Have Been At Risk. Here Is the Story of a Moment When Public Intervention Helped, June 2018
- The Art of the Wobble: A Year of Lessons from the Oldest of the Old, April 2018
- Photo Essay: A Visit to the Zapatistas' First International Gathering of Women Who Struggle, March 2018
- Another Kind of Migration: A Visit to Mexico’s Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve, February 2018
- A Lesson from Mexico: How to Forgive Historical Wrongs to Do Right in the Present, January 2018
- Friendship, Luck, and Play: A Story of Refugee Resilience, December 2017
- A Parable of Refugees, or a History That Is True, November 2017
- ‘It Wasn’t a Very Happy Childhood’: Rediscovering the Spanish Children of Morelia, October 2017
No More False Heavens: In the Wake of Campus Sexual Violence, August 2017
- Called "stunning," 'No More False Heavens' is a long-form multimedia account rooted in archival materials, life writing, and visual memoir. It tells the story of campus rape: what happens when individuals and institutions are faced with no choice but to reckon with the legacy of violence.
Fulbright-National Geographic Digital Storytelling Fellowship, 2017-2018: Los Niños de Morelia: A Review of 80 Years in Exile
- As a Fulbright-National Geographic Digital Storytelling Fellow, I am traveling throughout Mexico collecting the stories of Los Niños de Morelia, a group of child refugees who fled the Spanish Civil War and settled in Mexico in 1937. My grandmother was among this group of children, and it is her personal experience of flight, exile, and assimilation that has motivated me to learn more about the lives of child refugees -- historically and in the present.
The Transformation of This World Depends on You, by Martha Saxton, Fazal Sheikh, Wendy Ewald and Thomas Keenan, published in 2014 by Steidl
- The Transformation of This World Depends on You focuses on two related stories: the missionary vision of Amherst College in its early days and the legacy of that vision in the present. I coordinated interviews, conducted archival research, managed digital acquisitions, and wrote contextual passages for the project.