Zia Saylor

Zia Saylor

Zia Saylor is a JWA contributor and was raised in Southern California. She currently attends Williams College in Massachusetts and plans to major in Economics and Political Science. She has previously been published in The Los Angeles Times Op-Ed section and has also published fiction (SteamTicket Literary Anthology) and original research on South African inequality (Illinois Wesleyan University Undergraduate Economic Review). 

Blog Posts

Berlin "Stumbling Stone" to commemorate Holocaust victim with rose and sign reading "never again" placed on top

I Visited Six European Jewish Communities to Explore My Own Identity

Zia Saylor

My travels in Europe helped me reconcile some of the tensions in my Jewish identity.

Collage of two faces with Star of David and Muslim star and crescent

I’m Jewish. My Partner is Muslim. Here’s How We Make It Work.

Zia Saylor

Celebrating our differences has brought my partner and me closer—but it hasn’t always been easy.

The Intimacy Experiment Book Cover (cropped)

Finally, a Positive, Feminist Jewish Take on Sex

Zia Saylor

This new book offers a sex-positive perspective often lacking in Jewish spaces.

Interfaith Zoom Illustration

Lessons on Interfaith Intersectionality during a Pandemic

Zia Saylor

Zoom has been good for the interfaith community. What will happen after the pandemic?

How to cite this page

Jewish Women's Archive. "Zia Saylor." (Viewed on January 28, 2023) <https://jwa.org/blog/author/saylor-zia>.