Mareike Enghusen is a German journalist, reporting from Israel, the Palestinian territories and the region as a correspondent for the German newspaper Tagesspiegel and others. In addition, she contributes to political and economic magazines such as Brandeins, Cicero, WiWo and Die Zeit. She speaks German, English, Spanish, French, Hebrew and Arabic.
In 2014, she completed her journalism training at the Henri Nannen School of Journalism in Hamburg. Afterwards she took part in the six-month Trialogue of Cultures Fellowship of Herbert Quandt Foundation in Israel and the Palestinian territories. In 2017, she was a fellow of the International Journalists‘ Middle East Programme in Cairo. In 2018, she received a grant from the European Journalism Center to pursue research in Jordan and Lebanon.
She holds an M.A. in Middle East & Islamic Studies from the American University of Paris and an M.Litt. in Iranian Studies from the University of St Andrews (with distinction).