Arielle Bernstein’s work has been featured in The Atlantic, AV Club, The Guardian, The Rumpus, Salon, Ebert Voices ,and IndieWire. Her essays fuse cultural criticism, journalism, and memoir. She is a Professorial Lecturer at American University, where she teaches writing. She just completed her first novel, and is currently at work on creative nonfiction book on our relationship to material things, based on her Atlantic article, “Marie Kondo and the Privilege of Clutter.” You can follow her on Twitter and Instagram @NotoriousREL
Her research interests include feminism, film, robots, existentialism, our relationship to physical objects, and how digital spaces can both facilitate and hinder intimacy.
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