Academic researcher and journalist based in New York City, Mehreen Kasana analyzes social and political currents impacting gender, race, class and more within the United States and around the world. Her interests include critical cinema, architecture and design, theology, philosophy, political-economy, technology and culture. She has appeared on BBC, The Huffington Post, New York Times, Der Spiegel, Al Jazeera America among other outlets. If not obsessively reading, Mehreen can be found asleep in the Bobst library.
What is American Society’s Role in the Chapel Hill Shooting? As a growing chorus insists the murder of three Muslims be treated as a hate crime, the U.S. should do some soul-searching
Lift Every Voice and Sing … Against Acoustic Torture Music has been used to debilitate political foes for ages. Now academics and musicians want to reclaim the art for peace.