Journalist, The New Yorker
Eliza Griswold is an author, poet and journalist at The New Yorker. Her most recent book is Amity and Prosperity: One Family and the Fracturing of America. Griswold is currently a Berggruen Fellow at Harvard Divinity School and is a former fellow at the New America Foundation, a former Nieman Fellow and a recipient of the Rome Prize from the American Academy of Arts and Letters. She has contributed to The Nation, Harper’s Magazine and the New York Times Magazine, often covering people through politics and religion.
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Fire and Water: A Year of Climate Conversations
December 7, 2018From fires and floods to hurricanes and hot temperatures, 2018 put climate on the front page in ways it hadn’t been before. Yet amidst the disruption…
Prosperity and Paradox: A Conversation with Arlie Hochschild and Eliza Griswold
October 4, 2018Red states, blue states – when it comes to our environment, are we really two different Americas? New Yorker writer Eliza Griswold spent time in…