Barbara Bachmann is a freelance reporter from South Tyrol. Her work mainly includes long-term projects, reports and portraits for newspapers and magazines such as Reportagen, the Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin and mare.
Matthias Daum (*1979) is a journalist and has headed ZEIT’s Swiss office in Zurich since 2014. He studied history, philosophy and art history in Zurich. He has written for ZEIT Switzerland since 2009, first as a freelancer and later as an editor. Before that, he worked as a journalist for the Zürichsee-Zeitung and the Neue […]
Alexandra Föderl-Schmid is deputy editor-in-chief of the Süddeutsche Zeitung and a board member of the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism in Oxford.
Florian Gasser (*1981) is a journalist who has been head of ZEIT’s Vienna office since 2021. He studied political science in Innsbruck and Perugia and started as an editor at ZEIT Austria in 2011. Before that, he was an editor at the monthly magazine DATUM and a freelance journalist. In addition to Austrian domestic politics, […]
Konny Gellenbeck is the head of the taz Panter Stiftung, Berlin. For over three decades, her work has been focused on the funding of independent journalism.
Iryna Herasimovich is a translator and essayist from Belarus. She was born in Minsk in 1978 and has been a freelance translator since 2009. She has translated works by Lukas Bärfuss, Georg Büchner, Monika Rinck, Nora Gomringer, Mehdi Moradpour, Jonas Lüscher, Michael Köhlmeier, Franz Hohler and Franz Kafka into Belarusian. She has already led the […]
Nina Horaczek, born in 1977, is a political scientist, journalist, book author and currently chief reporter for the Viennese weekly Falter. She has been working for many years on the topics of the New Right in Austria and Europe, the welfare state, migration, asylum and women’s rights. She is co-founder of the transnational research network […]
Lenz Jacobsen is a journalist and has been an editor at ZEIT ONLINE since 2012. He studied economics, politics and sociology in Cologne and Istanbul. From 2017 to 2019, he was head of the politics, economy and society department there. Since then, he has reported mainly on issues concerning the state of democracy. Jacobsen has […]
Barbara Junge is a taz chief editor. In 2001, she was working as an US correspondent for the Tagesspiegel in Washington, where she covered the presidency of Barack Obama and the rise of Donald Trump.
Daniela Kraus is the general secretary of the Austrian Presseclub Concordia. She was both founder and head of the educational institution fjum_forum journalismus und medien, the managing director and founding shareholder of the Medienhaus Wien. She is a policy fellow at the Centre for Science and Policy, University of Cambridge.