Katie Fitzpatrick

Katie Fitzpatrick

Katie Fitzpatrick is a writer, editor, and university lecturer based in Vancouver, Canada. She has a PhD in English from Brown University, and serves as a humanities editor for the LA Review of Books. During the 2018/2019 academic year, she will be teaching first-year reading and writing in the coordinated arts program at the University of British Columbia.

Articles by this author

Dr Martin Luther King, Dr Ralph David Abernathy, their families, and others leading the Selma to Montgomery march in 1965. Views
Thursday, August 23, 2018
Change the World, Not Yourself, or How Arendt Called Out Thoreau
It is not often that a neighbourhood squabble is remembered as a world-historical event. In the summer of 1846, Henry David Thoreau spent a single night in jail in Concord, Massachusetts after refusing to submit his poll tax to the local constable. This minor act of defiance would later be...
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