Explore one of the most progressive cities in the Middle East with our feminist city guide to Beirut, which celebrates the women of Lebanon.
Stories by Molly Theodora Oringer
About Molly Theodora Oringer
Molly Theodora Oringer is a Ph.D. candidate in Anthropology at UCLA as well as a writer and editor. She currently based in Beirut, Lebanon. Broadly, her research and cultural criticism deal with questions of memory, belonging, and placemaking in the Middle East. Her writing has appeared on platforms such as The New Inquiry and Protocols. In her spare time, Molly can be found exploring the women-centric culture of hammams and spas of the locations she visits; proselytizing on behalf of women's colleges (Smithie!); and hanging out with her cat, Shulie (named in memory of the radical feminist Shulamith Firestone).