Jia Tolentino, JS '09, kicks off "Humanities Week on Grounds" with a talk about her writing career, the power of the Internet, and the future of journalism

April 3, 2019

Jia Tolentino, the Joseph Chappell Hutcheson Jefferson Scholar, returned to U.Va. to help kick off Humanities Week on Grounds, a student-led series of talks and events presented by U.Va.’s Institute of the Humanities and Global Cultures. Jia, a staff writer for The New Yorker, gave a talk to students about the power and perils of online writing and how the Internet will shape the future of journalism.

Read about Jia’s talk in this recent UVA Today interview.

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Jia Tolentino

Joseph Chappell Hutcheson Jefferson Scholar

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