I was a guest on the Toronto Star’s “This Matters” podcast, talking about the future of travel with Adrian Cheung.
For Vox, I wrote about a series of Instagram Live interviews I’ve conducted during lockdown with friends around the world.
Why has the Turkish TV series Dirilis: Ertugrul captured Pakistan’s imagination in recent weeks? I report for The Juggernaut.
For Christian Science Monitor, I reflected on my homebound Ramadan after spending Ramadans past in places like Zanzibar and Madrid.
For Vox, I interviewed a Brooklyn imam conducting funerals at the height of the pandemic for this beautiful photo essay by Lori Hawkins.
From iftar parties in video games to socially distant charity efforts—I report on creative ways Muslims have adapted to Ramadan in isolation, for Eater.com
I was interviewed live on the Jefferson Exchange, a show at a local NPR affiliate, about my thoughts on the future of post-pandemic travel. You can listen to the recording here.
For Vox.com, I interviewed travel industry experts to paint a picture of what travel might look like in a post-coronavirus world.
I was interviewed by a Bosnian newspaper, Slobodna Bosna (Free Bosnia), about my travels to and writing about Bosnia. You can find the story here—my Bosnian literacy is not the best, but Google Translate came in handy: "Bosnia and Herzegovina's fascination...
While I was in Sarajevo, I met Bosnia’s only female coppersmith—and I wrote about it for Afar.