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Felicity Barringer

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  • Bachelor's degree , English
    Stanford University
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Felicity Barringer, Preserving an Accident, the Salton Sea in California, for the Good of Nature, N.Y. Times (Nov. 10, 2014),
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Felicity Barringer
National environmental correspondent for the New York Times
Western Knight Center for Specialized Journalism - Felicity Barringer, 6 Sept 2006 [cached]
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Felicity Barringer
Felicity Barringer is the media reporter for The New York Times, covering the newspaper industry, the rise of online news and the economic and journalistic developments in the news business.She took over the beat four years ago, after three years as the editor of the Monday Business section, which is devoted to the media, computer, software and Internet industries.Barringer joined The New York Times as a contributing correspondent in Moscow in 1986, reporting on the political and cultural upheavals of the Gorbachev era.From 1989 through June 1993, Barringer covered demographics and social policy from Washington.From August 1993 through March 1995, she was deputy editor of The Week in Review.She has also written for Columbia Journalism Review, Art News, The New York Times Book Review and The New York Times Magazine and is the author of the book, Flight From Sorrow, a biographical study of a survivor of Nazi Germany and the camps of Stalin's Soviet Union, published by Atheneum in 1984.Prior to joining The Times, Barringer worked on The Washington Post's metropolitan and national staffs and at The Record in Bergen County, NJ. In 1972, she received her Bachelor's degree in English from Stanford University, where she served as editor-in-chief of The Stanford Daily.
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Staff and Trustees - Population Reference Bureau, 25 July 2013 [cached]
Felicity Barringer is a national environmental correspondent for the New York Times. Previously she was United Nations Bureau Chief, covering the run-up to the Iraq war in early 2003. In the early 1990s she specialized in demographics. She has also been a media reporter and the founding editor of the Monday Business Day section, which focuses on media and technology news. After nine years with the Washington Post, she joined the New York Times as a correspondent in Moscow in 1986 covering the upheavals of the early Gorbachev era, including the Chernobyl disaster.
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