About the Author
Sarah Stillman, a visiting scholar at NYU’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute, is the recipient of their inaugural Reporting Award. The Award took her to Iraq and Afghanistan to report an investigative story for The New Yorker. She recently taught a course on the Iraq war at Yale, where she was a fellow at Morse College. In 2008, she embedded with the 116th Military Police Company in Iraq as a foreign correspondent for Truthdig.
05/29 The Unsung Victims of the Emerald City
04/28 Bloated in Baghdad
01/22 The Whole World Was Watching
06/28 Can Drag Queens and Hired Guns Save Darfur?
03/06 A Coalition of the Unwilling