Isaac Oseas majored in History and minored in Economics at The New School, and was published in the academic journal Economia Politica for a review of book “The Battle of Bretton Woods” by Benn Steil. For his undergraduate thesis, he wrote on the economic factors behind national self-determination movements in the late Ottoman Empire. Isaac has since worked as a journalist writing on developments in Turkish politics, as well as the NYPD’s surveillance of Muslims. His academic interests include: economic development, international relations in Central Asia, and nationalism. Outside of academia, he enjoys antiwar literature, early jazz music, and Halloween.