Antje Schrupp

Antje Schrupp, born 1964 in Weilburg, Hesse, is a freelance journalist and political scientist. She has been editor-in-chief of the magazine Evangelisches Frankfurt since 2000 and studied philosophy, political science and protestant theology in Frankfurt am Main. For many years she has been running a blog at and writes for DIE ZEIT, Jungle World, Frankfurter Rundschau and other established publications. Her work focuses especially on feminist perspectives. In autumn 2019 she published the book "Schwangerwerdenkönnen - Essay über Körper, Geschlecht und Politik" (Ulrike Helmer Verlag, Roßdorf). Schrupp lives in Frankfurt am Main.

Articles by this author

Une Grande Nation (Issue IV/2017)

How to Outsmart Yourself

Even if we don’t mean to, our own well-established patterns of perception will make us discriminate. Behavioural economist Iris Bohnet has some solutions to this self-sabotage.