The legendary Times-man was generous with his journalistic advice, even as he taught an invaluable lesson in self-help, writes Sarah Wildman.
Sarah Wildman writes on the intersection of culture and politics, history and memory in the U.S. and Europe. She's a columnist for the International Herald Tribune, a contributing editor at The Forward, and a frequent contributor to The New York Times. Her work has frequently appeared in Slate, The New Republic, The Guardian, and New York magazine. She is currently working on a book for Riverhead and her work can be found at her website.
Sarah Wildman reports on a Palestinian-American organization's D.C. policy conference.
Safiya Ghori-Ahmad claims the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom rescinded a job offer because she is Muslim, reports Sarah Wildman.
Sarah Wildman reports on the difficulties in implementing Pres. Obama’s new initiative aimed at preventing genocide.
Women aren’t the only ones who stress about their biological clock, reports Sarah Wildman.