Jehan Roberson is a writer, educator, and editor who uses text as the basis for her interdisciplinary art practice. She recently earned her master's degree from NYU's John W. Draper School of Humanities and Social Thought and holds a BA in English Literature with a double minor in Spanish and Journalism from the University of Missouri. Her creative and research interests include fiction, history, political and historical geographies, the archive, folklore and mythology. Her work has been published or is forthcoming in emisférica, Kalyani Magazine and Art-City, among others. Jehan has worked as a teaching artist and a tutor with varying populations— from kindergarten to adult ESL learners and is also a 2016 graduate of TATIP. She brings her passion for writing as an agent of creation, transformation and social justice to each of her classrooms.
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