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 www.antjeschrupp.de 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.



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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. 

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