Today at Columbia University in New York, deliberations begin to determine which works of American journalism published last year are deserving of Pulitzer Prizes, the most coveted award in news. The list of journalists who sit on the Pulitzer nominating juries is supposed to be kept secret until the awards are unveiled, but we’ve obtained 44 of their names, along with titles and affiliations, which we’ve published below. (It’s likely an incomplete list: Last year, 77 people sat on the nominating juries for journalism Pulitzers.)
“We regard any jury list as confidential and do not condone its release,” Sig Gissler, administrator of the Pulitzers, said last night by email.
The nominating juries convening today are supposed to pick three finalists in each of their respective categories. The winners are selected by the Pulitzer board, whose names are public. Most winners get $10,000 and bragging rights in the clubby…
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