- Trip: Fellows Spring 2003
- Affiliation: The New Republic
- Country: France
- Year: 2003
Sarah Wildman writes on the intersection of culture and politics, history, and memory in Europe and America. She currently covers foreign policy and culture wars for Politics Daily, and is a regular contributor to The New York Times and Guardian, and has been on staff at The New Republic and The American Prospect. Her stories have appeared in Slate, The Washington Post, and the Christian Science Monitor, among others. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from Wesleyan University.
ONLINE DISPATCH: Veiled Illusion
Paris, France — If you find yourself in the twentieth arrondissement of Paris this year, you’ll see a broad banner stretched across the front of the Marie–the city hall for the district–proclaiming 2004…