Sarah Wildman is Foreign Policy's deputy editor for print.
Wildman is the author of Paper Love: Searching for the Girl My Grandfather Left Behind. Prior to joining FP, she was the global identities and borders writer at Vox, a position she originated. She was the recipient of the German Marshall Fund’s 2010 Peter R. Weitz Prize, awarded for excellence and originality in European coverage.
Long a regular contributor to the New York Times, Slate, the Forward, Washingtonian (where she is a contributing editor), and the New Yorker online, among other publications, Wildman has won a number of competitive grants and fellowships: two grants from the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting (Jerusalem in 2013 and Paris in 2017); Arthur F. Burns and American Council on Germany fellowships in Berlin; a Milena Jesenska Fellowship in Vienna; and a Pew Fellowship in International Journalism in Paris. Other awards include a Lowell Thomas Award for travel writing and an American Jewish Press Association Rockower Award for commentary. A former New Republic staffer, Wildman has also worked for the Advocate magazine, the American Prospect, and Politics Daily. Wildman was the Barach nonfiction fellow at Wesleyan University’s writing workshop in 2014 and a Dart Center Ochberg fellow (a project of the Columbia School of Journalism) in 2015.