Emily Fritcke

Emily Fritcke was a program associate at Future Tense, a joint collaboration with New America, Slate, and Arizona State University, which explores emerging technologies and their transformative effects on society and public policy.

Fritcke graduated from Barrett, the Honors College at Arizona State University, with a BA in English literature and history.

All Work

The Poetry Looking to Make the World More Inclusive

Aja Monet's poetry takes readers to a world that re-centers the experiences of women of color.

As the Waters Come, Will Our Politics Rise to the Challenge?

A look at whether international efforts will be able to save us from an impending "water world."

What Arizona Can Teach Us About National Immigration Wrangling

Jude Joffe-Block explains what America can take away from the re-emergence of immigration tensions in Arizona.

Civic Tech for Good

How can technology be retooled to serve the public interest?

Do We Need to Stop Talking About 'Curing' Cancer?

A Future Tense event recap that explores how new approaches to understanding cancer will lead to better prevention and care.

Cybersecurity Self-Defense Class

Our experts will teach you how to use a virtual private network, cover your digital tracks, use secure communications platforms, and more.

Will The Internet Always Be American?

Join Future Tense to explore the internet’s nationality, and the extent to which it’s an expression of American culture.

Taking Democracy's Pulse

Recounts and vote audits don’t just serve to correct errors. They also help us evaluate the status of our electoral system.

The Unnatural World

A happy hour conversation that will discuss what men and women across the world are doing to ensure that this human era endures.

My Favorite Movie with Anne-Marie Slaughter: Never Let Me Go

Join Anne-Marie Slaughter for a screening and discussion of the 2010 film Never Let Me Go.

Will Technology Make Ownership Obsolete?

Join Future Tense to consider how technology is transforming the concept of ownership.

Isn’t It Time We Designed An Election For The 21st Century?

Join Future Tense for a happy hour and brainstorm on how to create a better, more efficient, and more just election system.