Daniel Sturm is Special Projects Manager at Migration and Refugee Services, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. From 2007-10 he was a Staff Consultant for RefugeeWorks, the National Center for Refugee Employment and Self-Sufficiency. Since 1987, Daniel has written
regularly for Südkurier, Die Welt, Kreuzer,
Media Tenor, and co-edits a popular
online German literary and cultural studies magazine, parapluie,
founded together with U of Tübingen colleagues in 1995.
Originally from Germany, since moving to the United States, Daniel has worked as a reporter, professor and social justice advocate. He writes on social justice issues for regional and national media. Recent articles of his have appeared in RefugeeWorks, Z Magazine, In
These Times, Anthropology
Athens News, and City Pulse
in Lansing, Michigan.
He has additional experience in multimedia journalism,
media research, and staff training. Daniel is the co-author of Stadiongeschichten,
a 2002 book on stadium politics, sports history and urban planning in
Leipzig (Germany). He holds a Master's degree from the University of Tübingen.
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