Some of my digital crumbs from other places on the internet are nested here.
In October 2013, I had the tremendous privilege of sharing some of my thoughts on the narrative responsibilities of telling stories about violence and armed conflict at TEDx in Guatemala. You can view the video here.
- Gender in the Colombian peace agreement, Washington Post
- Why free love in the FARC isn’t so free, Washington Post
- Beyond 1325: Understanding Gendered Experiences of War, Harvard Humanitarian Initiative; Harvard Humanitarian Academy ATHA portal (co-authored with Brittany Card)
- In Search of Human Dignity in Greece, Open Democracy.
- Covering Trauma While Respecting the Story, Women Under Siege.
- Colombia Calling, Episode 137: Gender, Conflict, and Colombia Politics, Colombia Calling Podcast
- Consent as Conversation: Lean Research in Vulnerable Settings, NextBillion (co-authored with Kim Wilson)
- The Subjects of Mass Atrocities: Victims or Survivors?, Reinventing Peace.
- Dilemmas of Storytelling: Violence and the Narrative Responsibilities It Creates, The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs
- Complicated Attachments: Fieldnotes from Colombia, Maptia
- In 2012-2013, I wrote a column titled Eternally Nostalgic for The Equals Record. You can browse a collection of those columns here. They revolve around reflections on home, wander, wonder, grief, memory, loss, and nostalgia and they might as well all be called “An ode to Joan Didion.”
- In 2010, Beth Nicholls asked me why I do what I do for a living. I tried my best to answer here.
Other reflections on gender, violence, storytelling, activism, and work in conflict and post-conflict areas have appeared in Feministing, Gender Across Borders, Critical Peace, Peace x Peace and elsewhere.