Rosa Schwartzburg’s writing has appeared in The New York Times, The Guardian, The Nation, Jacobin, Slate, and many more. Her beats include EU politics, contemporary Hungarian history, analyzing fascism and populism from a transnational perspective, anti-authoritarian resistance movements, and academic freedom and access. She is a founding member of the Szabad Egyetem/Students for Academic Freedom student organization.
She holds an MA in Gender Studies and Critical Discourse Analysis from Central European University, specializing in the spread of white supremacist conspiracy theories and the radicalization of young men. Rosa has a BA in Written Arts from Bard College and served as a Fulbright fellow to the Netherlands from 2017 to 2018.
She is currently affiliated with Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.