Tanya Paperny is a writer, editor, translator, and educator. She has completed the coursework for her MFA in Writing at Columbia University and is a former assistant web editor at the Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma. More of her work can be viewed on her blog.
Recent Posts by Tanya Paperny
Confronting Cruelty: Q&A With Cecilia BallíApril 7, 2011 by Tanya Paperny
A 2010 Dart Ochberg fellow reflects on how her work as a cultural anthropologist shapes her approach to journalistic and literary storytelling.
Haiti's Crisis Could Help Revive Its JournalismNovember 12, 2010 by Tanya Paperny
A recent panel co-sponsored by the Dart Center and the Maria Moors Cabot Prizes sparked discussions about how January's devastating earthquake could help revive journalism in Haiti.
Grief in the GulfJune 13, 2010 by Tanya Paperny
The Deepwater Horizon oil spill is different from a war or an earthquake, but the traumatic impact is just as real. The challenge to journalists is to report the slow-motion disaster while seeking stories of resilience and possible recovery.
Former First Lady Expects More from Mental Health CareMay 5, 2010 by Tanya Paperny
Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter is frustrated and angry. At a forum and panel conversation held on Monday, May 3, she insisted that our country's current mental health system is broken, despite the $120 billion dollars our federal government spends annually on direct mental health care.
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