Published Works

A journalism program located in the publishing capital of the world should be more than a teaching institute. It should be a publisher. Welcome to the Institute’s publishing platform. Here the Institute acts as both public-interest publisher and presenter of work in different media by our students, faculty and alumni. In part, it is our laboratory, the place where we teach journalism by doing journalism and offer it to readers, listeners, viewers, and interactive users. Teaching requires one kind of audience, publishing quite another. This is where the two meet. The emphasis is on quality — work that is accurate and compelling, innovative and classic. We hope you enjoy it.

The Hollywood Reporter
“The First Black Movie Star,” Nina Mae McKinney, Gets a Film Retrospective in New York
Craigh Barboza
Adjunct Faculty
‘It’s Rough Out Here’: A VICE Guide to Making Friends
Sam Eagen
Reporting the Nation and NY 2019
narratively | nyc
Meet the Obsessive Role-Players Who Live Inside the World of Grand Theft Auto
Meghan Gunn
Literary Reportage 2021
Book: Taste Makers: Seven Immigrant Women Who Revolutionized Food in America
Taste Makers: Seven Immigrant Women Who Revolutionized Food in America
Mayukh Sen
Adjunct Faculty
The New York Times
The Many Layers of Lorna Simpson
Shirley Nwangwa
Literary Reportage 2018
Science News
Epidemics have happened before and they’ll happen again. What will we remember?
Aimee Cunningham
SHERP 2004
The New Yorker
The Afterlife of Rachel Held Evans
Eliza Griswold
Distinguished Writer in Residence
The Root
Is Kamala Harris Being Set Up to Win or Fail? Rev. Al Sharpton Weighs In
Sughnen Yongo-Okochi
Reporting the Nation & New York 2021
Sounds Like Hate
Sounds Like Hate
Yvonne Latty
Clinical Professor
Jason Stavers
Literary Reportage 2021
The Atlantic
Palestine Isn’t Ferguson
Susie Linfield
The New Republic
Red America’s Compassion Fatigue: A Report From Mobile, Alabama
Marion Renault
SHERP 2019
The Washington Post
Lebanon’s people face a deadly false choice: Impunity or chaos
Mohamad Bazzi
Associate Professor | Hagop Kevorkian Center for Near Eastern Studies, Director
NYC school segregation legal battle continues despite proposed changes to gifted test
Pooja Salhotra
Literary Reportage 2022
The daughter of the Russian journalist who won the Nobel Peace Prize told us why the big win is really an honor for their dad’s ‘dead colleagues’
Lilian Manansala
American Journalism Online 2021
Philadelphia Magazine
Philly’s Housing Encampments of 2020 Led to a Nationally Celebrated Deal. Then It All Began to Unravel
Nate File
Literary Reportage 2021
Theater Mania
The Art of the Pivot: How Theater-Industry Workers Navigated the Pandemic
Caitlin Hornik
American Journalism Online 2022
The New Yorker
My Husband, I Vow to Honor You Always—Unless We’re Playing Scrabble, in Which Case I’ll Destroy Your Ass
Maeve Dunigan
American Journalism Online 2022
The Washington Post
Biden is doubling down on Trump’s mistake of arms deals with this rogue regime
Mohamad Bazzi
Associate Professor | Hagop Kevorkian Center for Near Eastern Studies, Director
Scientific American
Immigrants in U.S. Detention Exposed to Hazardous Disinfectants Every Day
Matthew Phelan
SHERP 2018
National Geographic
Afghans look for new ways to share their culture far from home
Robyn Huang
American Journalism Online 2021
CNN Business
This mobile app is helping Afghans navigate Kabul following the Taliban takeover
John General
American Journalism Online 2023
The Untold Story of How Afghanistan’s Fighting Female Governor Salima Mazari Escaped the Taliban
Robyn Huang (with Zakarya Hassani)
American Journalism Online 2021
Rolling Stone
‘Never Forget’ Is Breaking America
Laura Jedeed
Literary Reportage 2023