Evan Turiano, Ph.D.

Historian & Postdoctoral Fellow

Public Writing

In addition to my scholarly work, I write articles and op-eds about politics, education, history, and New York City for a variety of national and local publications. A sample of my work is below:


"Higher Education Privatization Opened Up International Students to Trump's Attack" Jacobin, July 15, 2020

"Disaster Capitalists Want to 'Reimagine' Public Education" Jacobin, June 21, 2020

"Teaching Fiction in Immigration History: Preparation for the Next Life, by Atticus Lish" Immigration and Ethnic History Society Blog, July 12, 2019


"A Tale of two New York City budgets" Queens Daily Eagle, June 28, 2020


"Ketanji Brown Jackson's Liberal Originalism Isn't New" The Washington Post: Made By History, October 10, 2022

"'An Earthquake': Lincoln's First Inaugural, Fugitive Slave Rendition, and Virginia's Secession" Muster: A Blog of the Journal of the Civil War Era, August 30, 2022

"'Who thought then of civil war?': Antebellum Activism, War, and Memory" The Beehive: Blog of the Massachusetts Historical Society, August 23, 2021

"'Within the Forms of Law': Politics and Activism, 1850s and Today" The Activist History Review, October 29, 2018

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