Eliza Griswold

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Eliza Griswold


Eliza Griswold is a writer whose works have been published in The New Yorker, TheNew York TimesMagazine, Harper’s Magazine, and The New Republic. She was a 2007 Nieman Fellow at Harvard University and received the first Robert I. Friedman Award for international investigative reporting. Griswold has recently published her first book of poems, Wideawake Field.[1]

Bernard L. Schwartz Fellow

Griswold is a fellow in The Bernard L. Schwartz Fellows Program with the New America Foundation, as of 2010.[1]

New America Foundation

As at May 4, 2010, Eliza Griswold served as a Schwartz Fellow for the New America Foundation.[2] Founded in 1999 by Ted Halstead, the Foundation is a leftist public policy institute which claims to be nonpartisan, and seeks pragmatic solutions to "the next generation of challenges facing the United States".[3][4]

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