SELECTED RADIO STORIES
Canada's Safe 3rd Country Agreement With The U.S. Draws Criticism. More than 46,000 people have walked across the border from the U.S. to Canada since the 2016 election between official points of entry, to avoid being caught up in the terms of a U.S.-Canada treaty. NPR’s Morning Edition, July 2019.
Across Europe, Museums Rethink What To Do With Their African Art Collections. Recent events in Europe have raised the possibility of repatriations of African art and artifacts at a much larger scale. NPR’s All Things Considered, July 2019.
Shark attacks still haunt residents of La Réunion. After a spike in shark attacks around the French island of La Réunion in the Indian Ocean, residents searched for ways to restore their sense of safety in the waters that surround them. NPR's All Things Considered, July 2015.
When immigration detention means losing your kids. A deported mother fought for five years to regain custody of her children. Lawyers warned cases of separated families could multiply under the Trump administration. NPR's Morning Edition, December 2017.
Paris Begins Construction of Urban Refugee Camp. The city of Paris embarked on its latest effort to rehouse migrants living in tent cities throughout Paris. Marketplace, August 2016.
Liberté and Securité. This episode reported for the Panoply podcast Life of the Law explored the complicated interplay of civil liberties and anti-terror laws in France. It follows a man held under house arrest for over two months after the Paris attacks of 2015. Life of the Law, May 2016.
This podcast episode for PRI's World in Words explores the Canadian French/English mash-up called Chiac, in which people say things like "J'ai backé mon car dans le driveway." The World in Words, March 2016.
SELECTED PRINT AND WEB STORIES
Mount Vernon on the Seine. A replica of George Washington's home is up for sale in the French suburbs. It's biography intersects with French colonial history, The Great Depression and the evolution of American vernacular architecture. Lapham's Quarterly, March 2017.
In a country that stresses assimilation, this museum highlights the contributions of immigrants. France's national museum of immigration history celebrates its tenth anniversary. The Washington Post, July 2017.