Hanna Rosin, of The End of Men fame, is joining popular human-behavior-exploring NPR series Invisibilia for its second season. Rosin will work with current hosts Alix Spiegel and Lulu Miller on a seven-episode season two run.
“I think of this as a chance to do the kind of reported magazine stories I’ve always done but use more of my senses. Think of it like typing, with six fingers,” said Rosin in an announcement.
As for Rosin’s new co-hosts, Miller said of Rosen in the announcement that she “has this ability to burrow into some of the most surprising, and seemingly frightening corners of the human mind, and emerge with… humanity. Not justification, but explanation.” Spiegel added, “she simply rocks.”
Rosin will continue in her current role as national correspondent for The Atlantic. Rosin also does work for Slate, including serving as, yes, a podcast co-host for the DoubleX Gabfest, named for Slate site Double X, which Rosin co-founded.