Rachel Landau

Rachel Landau (she/her) is the Eurasia program consultant at PEN America. In June 2022, she earned a master’s degree at the Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies of Stanford University, where she researched bioethics, aesthetics, and cultural studies. In 2020 and 2021, she was a Eurasia intern at PEN America, and—ever a coffee-lover—worked part-time at Verve.
 
Prior to that, she graduated from Brown University with degrees and honors in Literary Arts and Slavic Studies. She has been a poet-in-residence at Pushkinskaya-10 in Saint Petersburg, Russia, and a participant in “CAMP AS ONE,” a group art residency from which creative works were featured in the Moscow International Biennale of Young Art in 2020. While living in Moscow, she was a research assistant at the Partnership for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Folklore.
 

Get the Free Speech News You Need

protesters in face masks carrying old Belarusian national flags

PEN America has a new weekly newsletter, PEN Points, bringing you a digest of the biggest free expression news of the week, plus the analysis and insights you trust from PEN America experts.