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Hanna Rosin Biography

Dibya Raj Adhikari Fri Sep, 2016
Hanna Rosin

Facts of Hanna Rosin

Date of Birth: 1970
Birth Nation: Israel

Quick Timeline of Hanna Rosin

1970 Born in Israel
1987 Graduated from Stuyvesant High School
2007 Published her first book, God's Harvard
2009 Published an article titled The Case Against Breast-Feeding
2010 Won National Magazine Award

Detail Timeline of Hanna Rosin

1970

Born in Israel

Talented and industrious lady, Hanna Rosin was born in the early 1970s in Israel. She was born and raised in a Jewish family. Her father was a taxi driver. Her nationality is American and she has Israeli ethnicity.

1987

Graduated from Stuyvesant High School

During her young age, Hanna Rosin moved to Queens, United States of America with her parents. There she got enrolled at Stuyvesant High School. She earned her high school graduation from there in 1987. She also got enrolled at Stanford University.

2007

Published her first book, God's Harvard

 In 2007, she published her first book under the title God's Harvard: A Christian College on a Mission to Save America. Half a decade later, she published her second book and it was published under the title The End of Men: And the Rise of Women. 

2009

Published an article titled The Case Against Breast-Feeding

Hanna Rosin is an author and a talented writer from United States. She is known for her work at The Atlantic where she worked as a writer. In 2009, she published an article in The Atlantic titled The Case Against Breast-Feeding; however, this article was controversial. 

2010

Won National Magazine Award

She has been nominated in National Magazine Award two times in her life. She got nominated in this award for the first time in her life in 2009 and that was for her story titled Boy's Life. She won this award for the first time in 2010. 

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While Hanna Rosin was in Stuyvesant High School, she met love of her life David Plotz. David Plotz is a journalist and he is well known for being the CEO of Atlas Obscura. As a married couple, they have already welcomed three children together. He is a loving husband and a caring father. Her nationality is American and she has Israeli ethnicity.

During her young age, Hanna Rosin moved to Queens, United States of America with her parents. There she got enrolled at Stuyvesant High School. She earned her high school graduation from there in 1987. She also got enrolled at Stanford University. She has been pursuing her career since the early 1990s. She is known for her work at The Atlantic where she worked as a writer. She also worked at The New Republic as a staff writer for several years. She is also known for her service at The Washington Post, The New Yorker, GQ and New York as a writer. In 2007, she published her first book under the title God's Harvard: A Christian College on a Mission to Save America. Half a decade later, she published her second book and it was published under the title The End of Men: And the Rise of Women. Her net worth is unknown.