Nathalie Rothschild is a freelance journalist who has covered everything from Rastafarians in Israel to Orthodox fashion bloggers in the US, from lunch-time ravers in Sweden to gypsy brass bands in Serbia.
Nathalie is a correspondent for the Christian Science Monitor in the US, the UK Jewish Chronicle and Judisk Krönika - the Swedish Jewish Chronicle. She is also an international correspondent for Spiked, described by the San Francisco Chronicle as a ‘sassy, irreverent UK-based online magazine of news and opinion’ and by the New York Times as ‘the often-biting British publication fond of puncturing all manner of ideological balloons’.
Born in Stockholm, Sweden Nathalie has contributed to several other publications around the world, including The Times, the Guardian, the Daily Telegraph, and the Independent in the UK; Slate, BuzzFeed, Vice, Jewcy and the Huffington Post in the US; Haaretz and Ynet in Israel, the Hindustan Times in India and the Australian Down Under. In Sweden, Nathalie’s writing has appeared in the daily Sydsvenskan, the tabloid Expressen, the news site The Local, monthly magazines Neo, Ordfront and Voltaire, and the opinion websites Newsmill and SVT Debatt.
In addition, Nathalie is a part-time reporter for Sveriges Radio (Swedish public radio) and runs the Times-sponsored Young Journalists’ Academy, a programme for state school-educated Londoners who want to break into journalism. Click here to read a feature about the YJA in the Guardian.
Nathalie has been invited to several public debates, radio and TV programmes to comment on current affairs. You can find her on Twitter @n_rothschild.