Ms. Sarah Wildman
Writer, Journalist and Blogger
Sarah Wildman writes on the intersection of culture and politics, history and memory in Europe and America. Over the last decade, she has lived in and reported from Paris, Vienna, Madrid, Washington, Jerusalem and Berlin. She was the 2010 Peter R. Weitz Award winner, from the German Marshall Fund, for excellence and originality in reporting on Europe. Currently a visiting scholar at the International Reporting Project at Johns Hopkins School for Advanced International Studies, she is a regular contributor to the New York Times, Slate and the Guardian, and a contributing editor at the Forward.
Wildman has received numerous grants and competitive fellowships that have bolstered her work on Muslim integration in the West, Muslim-Jewish relations in Europe, trans-Atlantic relationships, Holocaust studies and the search for where history and modernity meet, here and abroad - including an Arthur F. Burns Fellowship in Berlin, an American Council on Germany Fellowship in Berlin, a Milena Jesenska Fellowship in Vienna, Austria, and a Pew Fellowship in International Journalism at SAIS, based in Paris.
Work in America has focused on our culture wars and how we export them. Until April the Foreign Policy Correspondent for Politics Daily, Wildman has also been on staff at the New Republic, a senior correspondent at the American Prospect and the Washington Correspondent for the Advocate. Her stories have appeared in the Washington Post, Travel and Leisure, the Christian Science Monitor, and New York among many others.