Ceylan Yeginsu is a London-based correspondent for The New York Times.
Ceylan joined The New York Times Turkey bureau in 2013 where she worked as a reporter for five years, covering politics; the migrant crisis; the Kurdish conflict, and the rise of Islamic State extremism in Syria and the region.
She was previously a freelance multimedia journalist in New York and Istanbul. Her work has appeared in The Atlantic, The Economist, The Boston Globe, The Huffington Post, The Global Post, and The International Business Times.
In 2011, Ceylan completed her master’s degree in Digital Media at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism in New York City. She was awarded the Brigid O'Hara-Forster Fellowship, which is awarded annually to one international female student.
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