Tag: investigative journalism
The Language of RegimeApril 2016
The journalist on reporting from a post-revolutionary Iran and tracing the rich ferment of its intellectual and social history.
Just Out of FrameAugust 2015
The journalist on the “strange, extractive” process of interviewing; second-, third-, and fourth-act stories; and coming to reporting as “a real, whole person.”
Just to Tell the TruthFebruary 2015
The journalist and teacher on a century of muckrakers, the pleasures and perils of reporting, and the golden age of investigative journalism.
Anya Schiffrin: The Fall and Rise of Investigative JournalismAugust 2014
From Asia to Africa to Latin America, muckrakers have corrupt officials and corporate cronies on the run.
Reporting PovertySeptember 2012
Following three years of research in an Indian slum, the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist discusses what language can’t express, her view that nobody is representative, and the ethical dilemmas of writing about the poor.