Nicholas D. Kristof
Kristof studied at Harvard University and at Magdalen College of Oxford University . In 1981 he became a member of the Phi Beta Kappa community. He began working as a correspondent for The New York Times in 1984 . Today he writes as a columnist for various print media, such as the Los Angeles Times , Time Magazine and The New York Times.
In 1990 he and his wife Sheryl WuDunn won the Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting for their coverage of the Tian'anmen massacre . In 2006 Kristof won the Pulitzer Prize for Commentary award for the second time for his commentary on the Darfur conflict .
Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn published the book Half the Sky: How women worldwide fight for a better future (original title: Half the Sky ) about the discrimination of women in the world and their fight against it.
In 2017 Kristof was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences .
Kristof lives on a small farm near Yamhill, Oregon with his wife of journalist Sheryl WuDunn and their 3 children .
- Literature by and about Nicholas D. Kristof in the catalog of the German National Library
- Kristof's author entry on the New York Times website
- Short biography and reviews of works by Nicholas D. Kristof at perlentaucher.de
|SURNAME||Kristof, Nicholas D.|
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Kristof, Nicholas Donabet|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||American journalist, author, and columnist|
|DATE OF BIRTH||April 27, 1959|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Chicago , Illinois|