Michael Massing

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Michael Massing is a contributing editor of the Columbia Journalism Review. Michael Massing received his Bachelor of Arts from Harvard and an MS from the London School of Economics and Political Science. He often writes for the New York Review of Books concerning the media and foreign affairs. He has written for The American Prospect, The New York Times, The New Yorker and The Atlantic Monthly. In addition to his magazine contributions, he has written on the War on Drugs in his book, The Fix (2002), and on American journalism, Now They Tell Us: The American Press and Iraq. Massing received the MacArthur Fellowship in 1992.

Awards

  • Mongerson Prize for Investigative Reporting (2005)
  • MacArthur Fellow (1992)
  • Alicia Patterson Journalism Fellowship (1989)[1]

Published works

  • The Storm over the Israel Lobby, New York Review of Books – June 8, 2006
  • Deal Breakers, The American Prospect – Mar. 11, 2002
  • Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern Univ.
Books

References

  1. ^ Alicia Patterson Journalism Fellowship

External links

  • Michael Massing Biography – Lettre Ulysses Award jury member
  • Michael Massing Bio – The Nation
  • Article list at NYRB
  • Appearances on C-SPAN


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