oline writes about lives, stories, and representations of stories of lives in media and culture, our consumption of those representations and complicity in their construction, endurance, and evolution.
she has a PhD from king’s college london, wears color, eats cake, writes about jackie onassis, and thinks a lot about mortality, race, nationalism, nuclear fear, feelings, first ladies, feminism, and the sex lives of dead people. she is a non-tenure track lecturer at howard university in washington, DC.
her book on jackie onassis, entitled Finding Jackie: A Life Reinvented, will be published by diversion books in early 2023. it can be preordered here.
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