Good (far better than Wikipedia, of Philip Cross mal-edits) entry on me here. I’ll add a few corrections/clarifications, in [brackets].
“Eva Bartlett (born 14 June 1977) is an independent Canadian-American writer, journalist and human rights activist from Ontario who covers the Middle East region, particularly Palestine and Syria. She has a weblog called InGaza and has made numerous visits to Syria and Palestine since 2008, including to the Gaza Strip
[ADDITION: I lived a cumulative 3 years in Gaza, from Nov 2008 to March 2013, and 8 months in the west bank as an activist with the ISM. More on that here: https://ingaza.wordpress.com/about-me/].
Since 2014, Bartlett has also written about the Gaza Strip.
Early life and education
Bartlett has dual nationality, being born in Michigan but raised in Canada
[Dawson Creek, Winnipeg, Fergus].
Between 1991 and 1996 Bartlett studied a the Centre Wellington District High School in Fergus, Ontario and was awarded an Honours grade 13 (OAC), Ontario Scholar
[I was also a bench warmer on the basketball team :p Good shot, lousy at dribbling].
Between 1997 and 2002 she attended Mount Allison University, New Brunswick, Canada earning a 1st Class Honours with Distinction with Honours in Music and a Minor in French.
[Classical piano, Rachmaninov, Brahms, Beethoven and Bach among my favourites]. CONTINUE READING