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Marianna Childress

Former Assistant Editor of The Globalist

Marianna Childress was awarded a Fribourg Fellowship to attend New York University’s Institute of French Studies in 2003.

While in New York, she acted as Deputy New York Editor for The Globalist.

She received her Master’s from NYU in September 2004.

A graduate of the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, VA, Ms. Childress lived in France for three years prior to becoming a Features Editor at The Globalist.

While in France, she studied translation and European economics in Montpellier. She also taught English to French high school students in the small town of Castelnaudary, near Toulouse.

Ms. Childress currently lives and works in Toulouse, France.

Articles by Marianna Childress

Angela Merkel: The End of L'Exception Française?

Will Germany's elections change the French way of life?

September 15, 2005

America and Europe — Keep on Trucking

What do freight transport trends reveal about the differences between the United States and Europe?

June 15, 2005

Nothing Toulouse

How did the fourth-largest city in France become the aviation capital of Europe?

March 14, 2005

French Secularism — Beyond the Headscarf

Is "laïcité" the French equivalent of "multiculturalism," and if so, is it still an effective way to think about society?

February 9, 2004

Les Nubians — One Step Forward

Will "Les Nubians" continue to use music to unite people from different cultures?

July 12, 2003