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Eloise Blondiau is a journalist specializing in religion and culture. She is a Producer for On The Media (New York Public Radio), a weekly investigation into how the media shapes our worldview.

 

For OTM, Eloise has produced segments on topics such as: the (Mostly Forgotten) journalist who changed literature forever, and the consequences of America's White Jesus. Eloise was previously a producer on the documentary podcast Plague: Untold Stories of AIDS and the Catholic Church. Plague tells the stories of the people who fought, worked, and grieved their ways through the AIDS epidemic of the '80s and '90s. 

In 2017 Eloise was a contributing writer for Interview magazine, where she talked to Conor Oberst about the religious vocabulary of his music and MacArthur "genius" Titus Kaphar about rewriting history through art.

She is a graduate of Harvard Divinity School and Columbia Journalism School. Eloise is currently based in New York, but originally from London. Her accent is mostly intact.