Melanie Mühl
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Melanie Mühl

Melanie Mühl was born in Stuttgart in 1976 and grew up in Bayreuth. She studied German Philology and Journalism at Karlsruhe University and Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario. Since October 2006, she has been cultural section editor of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. Most recent publications by Hanser: Die Patchwork-Lüge. Eine Streitschrift (2011), Fünfzehn sein. Was Jugendliche heute wirklich denken (2016) and Die Kunst des klugen Essens (2016). Melanie Mühl lives in Frankfurt am Main. On Twitter: @ MelanieMuehl

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Compassion

Compassion

Melanie Mühl asks what has happened to one of the most crucial skills of our times: the ability to feel compassion. It amounts to more than empathy, because those who feel compassion take real ...

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The Art of Eating Smart

The Art of Eating Smart

Whether it’s the Stone Age, vegan or raw vegetable diet, new nutritional trends are constantly being invented. But we mustn’t overlook these key questions: why do we love some dishes and ...

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Being Fifteen

Being Fifteen

For God’s sake, just look at them! Constantly checking their mobiles, having sex instead of hanging out with their friends. All they care about is themselves and their computer games, makeup, ...

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Awards

2009 Berg.Welten

Bibliographie

Im Nagel & Kimche Verlag ist erschienen:
2010 Menschen am Berg. Geschichten vom Leben ganz oben

Im Carl Hanser Verlag ist erschienen:
2011 Die Patchwork-Lüge. Eine Streitschrift
2016 Fünfzehn sein. Was Jugendliche heute wirklich denken
2016 Die Kunst des klugen Essens (zusammen mit Diana von Kopp)