Thalia Gigerenzer is a German-American writer, anthropologist and audio producer based in Princeton, NJ + Berlin. Her work has been published in The New York Times, Modern Farmer, The Bay Citizen, Germany’s Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung and India’s The Caravan. She spent a year in Delhi on a Fulbright scholarship, where she documented the stories of individuals who had been forcibly resettled during Indira Gandhi’s Emergency in the 1970s. 

She has worked with The Kitchen Sisters, NPR Berlin, BBC Radio 4, and Resonance FM; her audio pieces have been selected by the Association of Independent Radio’s Public Media Scan. Thalia also runs In the Dark events (curated radio listening evenings) in Berlin.

She has just published The Memory Laboratories, a book about memories of communism in East Germany.

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