Director of the Cultural Reporting and Criticism Program
Katie Roiphe is the author of several books, including The Morning After: Sex, Fear and Feminism, Uncommon Arrangements, and In Praise of Messy Lives. Her articles have appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, Harper’s, Vogue, Esquire, Slate, and Tin House, among many other places. She has a Ph.D. in literature from Princeton University.
Feminism, Meet Fiction March 6th, 2014 The Dutch Don’t Care About Marriage October 30th, 2013 The Philosopher and the Student October 8th, 2013 Stop Attacking Male Writers for Being Sexist June 27th, 2013 Is the Bohemian Dead? May 8th, 2013 In Praise of Messy Lives September 4th, 2012 Disappearing mothers August 31st, 2012 Death, Explained. Christopher Hitchens’ Mortality: A rare honest book about death. August 29th, 2012 In Defense of Single Motherhood August 11th, 2012 Not Quite How a Person Should Be July 6th, 2012 Rabbit at Rest January 27th, 2012 In Favor of Dirty Jokes and Risque Remarks November 13th, 2011 Gawker Is Big Immature Baby October 27th, 2011 Janet Malcolm, The Art of Nonfiction No. 4 March 21st, 2011 Interviews: Janet Malcolm, The Art of Nonfiction No. 4 March 1st, 2011 Why Criticism Matters January 10th, 2011 Modern parenting November 19th, 2010 The Language of Fakebook August 13th, 2010 The Allure of Messy Lives July 30th, 2010 The Naked and the Conflicted December 31st, 2009 Gay Talese, The Art of Nonfiction No. 2 June 1st, 2009 Under the Sign of Sontag December 15th, 2008 Uncommon Arrangements May 20th, 2008 Reclaiming the Shrew April 27th, 2008 Without Metaphor February 3rd, 2008 The Great Escape April 30th, 2007