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  • Susan Stellin

    Part-time Lecturer

    Email
    stellins@newschool.edu

    Office Location
    A - Alvin Johnson/J.M. Kaplan Hall - 66 West 12th Street

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    Susan Stellin

    Profile

    Susan Stellin is a writer, researcher, and adjunct professor in the Journalism + Design department at The New School, teaching Ethics and the History of Journalism. In 2019, she completed a master's in public health at Columbia University, focusing on research methodology and drug policy. She is the co-author of Chancers, a dual memoir written with her husband Graham MacIndoe about his struggle with addiction, incarceration and recovery, which was published by Random House in 2016. Graham is a part-time associate professor at Parsons, and he and Susan have collaborated on many projects that combine interviews, multimedia and photography.

    In 2014, they were awarded a fellowship from the Alicia Patterson Foundation for their project American Exile, photos and interviews documenting the stories of immigrants who have been ordered deported from the United States, which was exhibited in New York and Sydney. They co-curated Beyond Addiction: Reframing Recovery, which debuted at The New School’s Aronson Galleries in 2019 and will travel to Rochester in 2020.

    Susan was a regular contributor to The New York Times for more than 15 years and has also written for New York magazine, The Guardian, TheAtlantic.com, The Los Angeles Times, and many other publications. She earned a B.A. in political science from Stanford University, spent two years working in Argentina and currently lives in New York City.


    www.susanstellin.com


    Degrees Held

    BA Political Science, Stanford University

    MPH Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health


    Current Courses

    Ethics & History of Journalism

    Ethics & History of Journalism (Spring 2020)

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