Emily Hanssen Arent

Emily Hanssen Arent is a writer and traveler who has found a home in Boulder, Copenhagen, and Jerusalem. She is currently a graduate student of Middle Eastern Studies in Tel Aviv, Israel, where she writes, studies, and struggles daily with Hebrew and Arabic. You can follow her @emilyharent.

How to piss off a Dane

Narrative archeology: Tales of place in the digital age

An open letter to my family after moving to Israel

When it’s time to break up and go travel

Swimming above skyline in Singapore [PICs]

Stacked infinity pools in a Bali rainforest [PICs]

A conversation with artist / activist Vincent Mock

Silent discos take over the world

Hey Bill and Melinda Gates, you should fund this project

What it feels like to be a freelancer

Inside the waterfall restaurant, Philippines [PICs]

How to visit the most beautiful garbage dump in the world

6 of the world’s most ingenious wildlife overpasses [PICs]

24 hours in Quebec City

You do not exist

8 ways to celebrate summer in Copenhagen

4 cycling day trips in Eastern Quebec

Songs of freedom for Iran

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