Anand Gopal writes on war, cultural conflict, democracy and religion in the Middle East and South Asia for The New Yorker, as well as for the Times, Harpers, and the Wall Street Journal. He has received a number of awards for reporting, including a George K. Polk Award, a National Magazine Award, and an Overseas Press Club Award. In 2015 his book “No good men among the living“, Which revealed the hubris underlying the American occupation of Afghanistan, was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for General Nonfiction and a National Book Award. Gopal is Assistant Research Professor at the Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict and the Center on the Future of War at Arizona State University.
Eliza Griswold, an author dealing with religion, politics, and the environment writes for The New Yorker since 2003. She has written and translated five non-fiction books and poems, including “I am the beggar of the world“, A collection of Afghan folk poetry that began with the PEN Translation price. Most recently she is the author of a collection of poems entitled “If men, then. “In 2019 her book”Friendship and Prosperity: A Family and the Fragmentation of America,” a Times Notable book and a Times Critics’ Pick, won the Pulitzer Prize for general non-fiction. Griswold has received scholarships from the Harvard Divinity School, the Nieman Foundation, the Guggenheim Foundation and the New America Foundation and has received various awards for her poetry, including the J. Anthony Lukas Prize and the Rome Prize. She is currently Distinguished Writer in Residence at New York University.
David Remnick was the editor of The New Yorker since 1998. He joined the magazine in 1992 after ten years with Washington postwhere he was Moscow correspondent. He is the author of several books, including “The bridge”, A biography of Barack Obama; “King of the world“About the life of Muhammad Ali; and “Lenin’s tomb“For which he received the Pulitzer Prize for Nonfiction. Under Remnick’s leadership The New Yorker is the country’s most honored magazine and has received 53 National Magazine Awards. In 2016, it became the first magazine to receive a Pulitzer Prize for writing and to date has won six Pulitzers, including the Gold Medal for Public Service.
David Rohde is managing editor of newyork.com. He is a former reporter for Reuters, the New York Times, and the Christian Science Monitor. In 1996 he received the Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting for stories that helped uncover the Srebrenica massacre in Bosnia during the war, and in 2009 he shared the Pulitzer Prize with a team of Times Reporter for covering Afghanistan and Pakistan. He is the author of most recently “In Deep: The FBI, the CIA, and the truth about America’s Deep State. “His other books are”Beyond War: Rethinking America’s Role and Ambitions in a New Middle East“; “A rope and a prayer: the story of a kidnapping”, Co-authored with his wife Kristen Mulvihill; and “Endgame: The betrayal and fall of Srebrenica, Europe’s worst massacre since World War II. “
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