Human Parts
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Human Parts

Where Are You From?

On accents and belonging

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I’m a story repeater.

Give me the flimsiest of excuses and I’ll tell my favorite yarns with gleeful indifference to anyone’s familiarity with the subject. Most people have their favorite stories — the ones we like to tell because they’re funny or meaningful to us or just because they say something about who we are. I can appreciate the joy of repetition, but…

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Jessica Furseth

Jessica Furseth

Journalist and Londoner. I write about culture, urbanism, agency around health, and how technology is changing the way we live. www.jessicafurseth.com

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