Lewis Page is a writer and researcher.
He has contributed editing and writing to the Los Angeles Review of Books and South Side Weekly, interned with The Point magazine, and studied history and anthropology at the University of Chicago. In the spring of 2019, he was an editorial fellow at Sierra magazine in Oakland. From June 2019 to May 2020, he was living in New Delhi, India and writing for The Caravan magazine as a Luce Scholar. He grew up in Seattle.
His current interests include twentieth-century intellectual history, Cold War science and technology, the history of the social sciences, neoliberal political economy and free-market economics, nonfiction writing, the rise of Hindu nationalism and the decline of press freedom in India, and the Tibetan community-in-exile.
He is currently a graduate student in the Master of Arts program in Science and Technology Studies at the University of British Columbia, where he is a resident at Green College.