Amalia Negreponti

Amalia Negreponti is a writer, now living in New York. Prior to emigrating to the United States, she worked as a journalist for a variety of media, including the BBC, La Règle du jeu, the Huffington Post, and Ta Nea. She has been honored to receive a Young Leaders Marshall Memorial Fellowship, and participates in various policy fora, including The Aspen Institute, the AJC’s Project Interchange, and Track II diplomacy. She has published three books (contemporary history/literary history; a novel; creative nonfiction/philosophy) and is now working on a series of essays and poems about cultural integration in first-generation immigrants.


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Class as Destiny

Amalia Negreponti reviews Graham Swift’s “Mothering Sunday: A Romance,” a book on love, lust, and power....

Class as Destiny
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