Gabriel Kahan is a writer and strategist researching happiness, freedom, and justice in globalized digital economies. Currently, he is a PhD student in sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he works as a graduate teaching assistant and conducts research in political economy, technology, and labor studies. Previously, he has worked as a policy advocate, supply chain researcher, freelance journalist, content marketer, bookstore manager, canvasser, bartender, and many other things. He enjoys sunshine, sketchbooks, and building low-grade websites. He completed his BA at Hampshire College, and holds certificates in ethical leadership and interdisciplinary public health.