Hi. I’m Jesse Singal, a New-York-based journalist, and this is my website. My main area of interest is social science, particularly the intersection of psychology and politics, but I’ve also written about economics, technology, and a bunch of other stuff. I’m currently a senior editor at NYMag.com, where I edit Science of Us. I also write a weekly column about video games for The Boston Globe, and my freelance work has appeared in various other outlets. I have a Master’s in Public Affairs from Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, where my studies focused on on domestic policy, particularly inequality, the legal system, and how the two connect, and after grad school I spent nine months in Germany as a Bosch Fellow.
The best way to get in touch with me is via email, jesse dot r dot singal at gmail dot com, or Twitter, where I go by the highly unimaginative handle @jessesingal. If for whatever reason you’d like to reach out anonymously, click the “Contact” button above.
Also, here is a YouTube video of squirrel monkeys riding capybaras. You’re welcome!