Media Coverage

Selected media coverage of my work, organized by general topic: 

Reality TV:

Commuter Spouses:

Artistic Careers:

  • “Like Pretty Much Every Industry, Music Has a Huge Gender Wage Gap…,” The Washington Post (7.13.18)
  • “The Mistake of Seeing only Some Jobs as Creative,” Quartz (10.31.17)
  • “Teaching Newsletter: How Useful Is Creativity?” Chronicle of Higher Education (10.12.17)
  • “The Gender Wage Gap in the Arts,” National Public Radio’s Morning Edition (12.7.16)
  • “A Field Where Working Moms Aren’t Punished,” The Atlantic (7.33.16)
  • “Women in the Arts Get Paid Less Too,” Pacific Standard (11.15.16)

Earned Sick Days in the Workplace:

My Op-Eds:

  • “We Are Far from Stoneybrook Now: On the Quiet Revolution of ‘The Baby-Sitters Club’,” Salon (7.11.20)
  • “Work-Life Balance Is a Lie– and Coronavirus Is Exposing It,” Quartz (3.26.20)
  • “The Popularity of Love Is Blind Reveals What We’re Missing in Our Lives,” CNN (3.13.20)
  • “How Trump Leveraged The Apprentice into a White House Win.” Newsweek (7.22.17)
  • “The UK’s Gender Pay Gap Reporting Law Doesn’t Go Far Enough,” Fortune (4.18.17)
  • “Opinion: Momentum Is Growing in N.J. to Require Paid Sick Time.” (with Jon Whiten) (12.4.13)
  • “Perspectives: For the Money? For the Love? Reconsidering the ‘Worth’ of a College Major,” Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning (with Steven Tepper) (4.9.14)
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