W r i t i n g  &  J o u r n a l i s m 

Select articles and radio stories

 

The Los Angeles Review of Books

The Flaws of Memory 

 

The Atlantic

The 'Un-Mosquing' of American Muslims

 

The Los Angeles Review of Books

In Dialogue with Dogma: Women Doing Battle with Religion

 

NPR

Not All Irish Are Enjoying the Nation's Economic Recovery 

 

NPR

After Scandals, Ireland is No Longer 'Most Catholic Country in the World'

 

NPR

As More Irish Turn Away from Catholicism, Parents Call for Non-Religious Schools

 

The Los Angeles Review of Books

"The Little Mermaid" and Other Tales of Becoming

 

Interfaith Voices Radio 

Muslims Describe life under Narendra Modi, the man who may be India's Prime Minister

 

Foreign Policy Magazine

The Silence in Delhi

 

Washington Post Outlook

How India's Rapid Changes Are Putting Women at Risk

 

The Guardian Weekend

Husband, By Arrangement

 

The Washingtonian

A profile of the unofficial Pakistani Ambassador to the U.S.

 

National Public Radio

Three books that convey the complexity of caste.

 

Caravan Magazine

The Indian lobby in Washington: How Delhi buys influence with the US government.

 

WomensENews

How a husband is necessary in Delhi if you want to rent a room.

 

Washington Post Outlook

A look at climate change in India.

 

PRI’s The World

India’s Muslim community: A three-part series.

 

The National

Pakistan’s lobby in Washington.

 

Slate.com

Campaign for the Common Man: Understanding Indian election politics.

 

Marketplace Radio

Managing the household in New Delhi

In India, being a homemaker doesn’t just require elbow grease. Running a home takes some serious managerial skills.

 

Marketplace Radio

Caught in the caste system

Reporter Miranda Kennedy recalls how she was pressured into observing India’s caste system against her will.