2005–2006

WildmanSarah Wildman
Senior Correspondent for American Prospect, Washington, DC
Abroad at Home: Muslims and Jews in Modern Europe


2006–2007

DeneshaJulie Denesha
Photojournalist, Alexandria, VA
Outcasts: The Roma of Slovakia

StarrAleksandra Starr
NPR correspondent, contributor to Slate, New York, NY
Reconfiguring European Identity: Immigration in Austria, Ireland, and Spain

ToumaniMeline Toumani
Freelance journalist, contributor to the New York Times, the Nation, Salon.com, n+1, and more, New York, NY
Reform and Backlash in Turkey, and the Role of the European Union


2007–2008

HavenCynthia Haven
Freelance literary and cultural journalist, Palo Alto, CA
Poland’s Literary Legacy—the 20th Century and Beyond

TreiLisa Trei
Public Affairs Manager, Stanford’s Center for International Security and Cooperation
David Versus Goliath: Estonia Faces Russia as it Marks 90 Years of Statehood and Survival


2008–2009

AhearnAshley Ahearn
Producer/reporter, Public Radio International, Somerville, MA
The European Greenbelt: From Iron Curtain to Green Corridor

RichertCatharine Richert
Reporter, Congressional Quarterly, Washington, DC
When it Comes to Biofuels, the European Union is Going Through Some Growing Pains

RomanoCarlin Romano
Literary Critic, the Philadelphia Inquirer; Critic-at-Large, the Chronicle of Higher Education; Lecturer of Media Theory and Philosophy, University of Pennsylvania
European Intellectuals and Anti-Americanism

MilenaMilena Jesenská (1896–1944) was an outstanding journalist and mediator between the Czech and the German cultures in Bohemia as well as an astute political commentator. She was detained in the Nazi concentration camp in Ravensbrück for her political involvement and resistance, where she died in 1944. She is widely known for her famous correspondence with Franz Kafka.