Cole Stangler is a French-American journalist based in Marseille covering labor and politics. A correspondent for the international news network France 24, Cole has also published work in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Guardian, Foreign Policy, The Nation, Jacobin, The Atlantic, Dissent, VICE and The New Republic. He is also a former staff writer at International Business Times and In These Times. Cole is a graduate of Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service and has a masters’ degree in contemporary social history from the University of Paris 1, Panthéon-Sorbonne. 

He is represented by Sandra Pareja at Massie & McQuilkin and currently writing a book about working-class Paris for The New Press (US) and Saqi Books (UK). You can reach him at cstang57 [at] gmail.com.


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  1. Daniel O'Donnell

    Cole, I just read your “The Neglected History of the May ’68 Uprising in France.” Good stuff! Curious to know what your favorite books and films about Paris Mai 1968. Thanks!



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