Fellows & Editors

 

Suzanne Sataline

Trip:
Fellows Spring 2003
Affiliation:
Freelance Print
Country:
Russia
Year:
2003

Suzanne Sataline covers religion for The Wall Street Journal. Her work has appeared in such publications as The New York Times, The Christian Science Monitor and Washingtonian magazine. From 1995 to 2000 she was a reporter for The Philadelphia Inquirer, where she worked as a Sunday magazine staff writer. She has also worked for the Daily News in New York and The Hartford Courant. She was selected as a Knight Fellow in International Journalism in 2004-2005 and as a Nieman Fellow at Harvard University from 1998-1999, where she studied Russian language, literature and history. In 2001 she furthered her Russian by enrolling at Moscow International University. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Newspaper Journalism from Syracuse University.

Stories

  • Welcome to Vorkuta

    VORKUTA, Russia -- The road from this city in Russia's far north cuts into the frosty gray bleakness, sweeping past exhausted coal mines and crumbling watchtowers near settlements named "Komsomol" and "Industrial."...

  • Ready to Ruble

    Award Winner At last she would see it: the imperial booty of the Romanov czars. All that malachite. All that gold. Not to mention some pretty swank paintings. Perched on a bench...

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