LETTERS FROM BERLIN is our American abroad column by Annie Mark-Westfall
Now more than ever, particularly in this age of Trump, is America’s relationship with the rest of the world under the microscope.
In her column, Annie Mark-Westfall examines this relationship with a personal, thoughtful, and witty observational look at life as an American living in Europe.
Annie Mark-Westfall graduated from Kenyon College in Ohio. As a former Fulbright grantee and Robert Bosch Foundation fellow, she views herself as a cultural ambassador. Her day job is with an international conservation organization.
Annie Mark-Westfall on the letters of love with her Grandma Bea
Annie Mark-Westfall on lessons from the past and our moral duty to speak out
Annie Mark-Westfall on value and meaning of family
Annie Mark-Westfall on moving past dirt and the joy of finding order
Annie Mark-Westfall on the meaning of ‘mother’
Annie Mark-Westfall on learning about love and the importance of family
Annie Mark-Westfall on the words that can make a marriage work
Annie Mark-Westfall on balancing her many lives with the help of the internet
In her new Letters from Berlin column, Annie Mark-Westfall on finding the American dream in Berlin