Carolyn Stewart is managing editor of American Purpose. She previously served as director of publications for the Hudson Institute, where she oversaw the editing, design, and production of policy research focusing on national security and foreign policy. Prior to that she was publications manager and press secretary for the organization. She has served in communications and fundraising roles at the National Air and Space Museum, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, and VanderZee Gallery.
Stewart writes exhibition reviews, analysis, and commentary on art, with recent work exploring the technology and trends shaping our modern relationship with culture. Her writing has been published in American Purpose, The New Criterion, Spectator World, Humanities Magazine, Technoskeptic Magazine, and The American Interest, and she has been quoted in the Washington Post, TIME Magazine, and Arts & Letters Daily.
Stewart is an alumna of AEI’s Future Leadership program, the America’s Future Writing Fellowship, and the Hertog Foundation’s Politics & Culture program. She holds a master’s degree from Georgetown University and a bachelor’s degree from James Madison University.
Articles and Events
AP contributing editor Carolyn Stewart sat down with architect, teacher, and culture writer Witold Rybczynski to explore the nature of home, innovation gone awry, and whether beauty has principles.
Helping to tend a historic Black cemetery restores a sense of the lives it holds.
Crypto art has the gallery world in a spin.
The connection between the spaces we inhabit and our emotional health, from Frank Lloyd Wright to Marie Kondo.