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Noy Thrupkaew

Fellows Fall 2003
Freelance Print

Noy Thrupkaew is a freelance writer based in New York City who writes on topics ranging from international affairs to feminism to popular culture and the arts. Her work has appeared in outlets including The Nation, The Utne Reader, Kyoto Journal, and The American Prospect. Previously a fellow at The Prospect, she is also the former associate editor of the feminist newspaper, Sojourner: The Women's Forum. She has lived in Thailand, reported from Cuba and Iran, and worked as a discussion panelist for Japan's largest English-language radio station. She studied comparative literature and religious studies at Brown University. 


  • Follow the (Saudi) Money

    Head north out of Phnom Penh, and within a few miles the cacophonous traffic of Cambodia's capital gives way to herds of oxen and water buffalo, their shoulder blades rolling underneath their...

  • Letter From Cambodia

    The hotel receptionists were hunched over a small, battered radio that was squawking in rapid-fire Khmer. "Another shooting. A singer this time," S. said, his face smudged with worry. "Maybe you can...

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