Jacqueline Feldman

Jacqueline Feldman is a writer living in New York who also works in artificial intelligence. As a Fulbright Fellow in Journalism to France, she studied squats. Her work has appeared in or on The Atlantic, Guernica, Harvard Magazine, The Morning News, The New Inquiry, The New Republic, Real Life, and others.


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The Telephone Exchange

Jacqueline Feldman revisits Orwell’s “Homage to Catalonia” while attending a conference in Barcelona....

The Telephone Exchange
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