About Isolde Charim
Isolde Charim, born in Vienna, studied philosophy in Vienna and Berlin, works as a freelance journalist and is a regular columnist for the taz and the Falter. In 2006 she was awarded the Journalism Prize of the City of Vienna. She has been working as an academic curator at the Bruno Kreisky Forum since 2007. Her books include: “Lebensmodell Diaspora. über moderne Nomaden” (2012).
In spring 2018, she published her work “Ich und die Anderen. Wie die neue Pluralisierung uns alle verändert" (Me and the Others. How the New Pluralisation Changes Us All), for which she received the Philosophical Book Prize. She was awarded the Austrian State Prize for Cultural Journalism in 2022.