Daniel Horowitz is a teacher, writer, and researcher pursuing an MFA in Creative Writing at the New School for Public Engagement. He holds a BFA in Media Arts from Northeastern University. Previously, Daniel taught first graders Ecology in Prospect Park with Brooklyn Nature Days and he currently teaches undergraduates Literature & Writing at the School of Visual Arts. His research at the Institute relates to his ongoing oral history project about the ecological crises effecting the Mississippi Gulf Coast – the language and culturing practices of resilience. Daniel is also the founder and editor-in-chief of the Institute’s Arts and Literature journal, Huddled Masses.