sarah wildman

sarah wildman is a journalist that shuttles frequently between europe and the united states.

she writes on politics and foreign policy for  She is a regular contributor to the New York Times, Slate, the Guardian, among other places. Wildman is also a contributing editor at the Forward.

In 2008 wildman was an Arthur F. Burns fellow in Berlin, Germany and the recipient of an American Council on Germany fellowship, also based in Berlin.   this made possible a Slate series about the Holocaust Archives in Bad Arolsen, Germany and war time letters from her grandfather.  (The same year she also won a Lowell Thomas bronze award for Best Travel Journalist of the Year 2008) 

In 2006 she was the first North American to win a  Milena Jesenska Journalism Fellowship from Boston University and the Institute or Human Sciences in Vienna, Austria.

previously a pew fellow in international journalism (now called the international reporting project) at johns hopkins, and a social science research council fellow on islam in america, sarah was on staff at the new republic magazine from 1999 to 2003, was the washington correspondent for the advocate magazine. from 2004-2005, and a senior correspondent for the american prospect from 2003-2009.  her work has appeared in the guardian, the christian science monitor, elle, marie claire, oprah, real simple, glamour and the jerusalem report, among others.  she has made numerous television and radio appearances. she graduated from wesleyan university.

she blogs occasionally here.

sarah can be reached at swildman[at]
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