Short biography

Rahel von Wroblewsky © Tabea Marten
Rahel von Wroblewsky © Tabea Marten

Rahel von Wroblewsky


October, November 2023

Ministerium für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kultur des Landes Brandenburg

Rahel v. Wroblewsky was born in 1964 in East Berlin. Professional training as a machine and plant fitter, studied philosophy. 3 children. Lives and works as an author, editor and lecturer in Berlin. Since 2021 she holds a teaching position for German for foreign nurses at the Berlin educational campus of Charité and Vivantes.

Rahel v. Wroblewsky writes prose, audio texts, and essays. Publications in magazines, newspapers, anthologies and radio. Her book "Protokoll eines Berliner Herbstes und Winters. Liebe.Kummer.Texte" was published by tredition in 2017.

She has received various grants and awards, including a working scholarship from the Berlin Senate (residency at Künstlerhaus Schloss Wiepersdorf), the Alfred Döblin Fellowship from the Akademie der Künste, and a research grant from the Berlin Senate.

Most recently, she has published in the Berliner Zeitung on topics such as migration, exile and racism, which she has been dealing with for a long time.