Sarah Inman

Sarah Inman

Sarah is a former Georgetown CCT student and assistant managing editor for gnovis. She comes from Louisiana where she studied Political Science, wrote for a local newspaper, and ran from hurricanes. She is interested in exploring the invisible and forgotten--from infrastructures to human beings. Her writings aspire to raise questions about technology's role in politics, identity, and international development. When she's not studying, writing or talking to all of you, she likes to brew beer, laugh at improv comedy, dream about living in the Wind River Mountain Ranges, and go to live shows.

Playing the Strumpet

“What does it say about the college co-ed [Sandra] Fluke who goes before a congressional committee and essentially says that she must be paid to…


Noise Pollution

Environmental repercussions are not only a national interest, in terms of issues such as hydraulic fracturing and carbon emissions, but also an international concern, as…


Alone, Together

“The existence of an other resolves the problem of loneliness but brings with it anxieties for the individual, for inherent in any relationship is, inevitably,…



I was awake for all the darkness. For all the dreams, the snores, the creaking bed frames. I was awake for the sleepy shuffles to…