Emma Green is a staff writer for The New Yorker, writing on cultural conflicts in academia. She previously was a staff writer for The Atlantic, covering politics, policy, and religion, and she served as the manager editor of the magazine's website.
In 2018, Green won the Religion News Association's first-place award in religion-news analysis, and she spent that year living in and reporting from Israel and Palestine. She has spoken at universities across the United States, including Princeton, Columbia, the University of Chicago, and Washington University in St. Louis. Her work has also appeared in outlets including The New York Times, The Washington Post, and NPR. She lives in New York City.
Festival Years: 2018
The Evangelical Reckoning over Donald Trump | article | The Atlantic
‘We’re Headed Toward One of the Greatest Divisions in the History of the Jewish People’ | report | The Atlantic