Sarah Stein Lubrano
Sarah Stein Lubrano is a graduate researcher at Oxford University studying political theory and its relationship to psychology. Her work focuses on the phenomenon of cognitive dissonance and the way it affects modern political life, from conspiracy theories to echo chambers and democratic discourse. For many years she was the Head of Content at The School of Life in London, where she designed much of the curriculum and helped create many of the earliest YouTube videos for its now-thriving channel, which boasts over six million viewers. She is an expert at research, writing, and design for everything from films to apps to interactive workshops. She also teaches learning design and content strategy to people in a variety of fields, and writes and speaks publicly on a variety of issues related to politics, the good life, learning, and design.
Sarah holds a bachelor’s degree from Harvard College and an MPhil in Political Thought and Intellectual History from Cambridge University. She previously worked as a prison tutor, student welfare officer, and obituary writer.