Anna Gasha is a copyeditor at Ideas on Fire, where she helps scholars exceed disciplinary boundaries through clear and engaging prose.
Anna’s interdisciplinary editing work, writing consulting services, and scholarly research traverse the boundaries between science and engineering, the humanities, and the social sciences.
She is currently a doctoral student in historic preservation at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation where her research investigates the history and politics of the uses of science and technology to preserve built heritage.
She earned her MS in structural engineering from the University of California, Berkeley and her ScB in materials engineering and BA in the history of art and architecture from Brown University.
Anna lives in New York City, where she enjoys baking, knitting, and playing video games.