Maria Margaronis

Contributing Editor


Maria Margaronis is a writer and radio documentary maker, and a longtime contributor to The Nation.

Dispatches Dispatches

The events of September 11, viewed from abroad.

Sep 27, 2001 / Feature / Praful Bidwai, Maria Margaronis, Graham Usher, Mark Gevisser, Ahmed Rashid, and Ana Uzelac

Whitewash in the Ionian Whitewash in the Ionian

Maria Margaronis reviews Captain Corelli's Mandolin.

Aug 9, 2001 / Books & the Arts / Maria Margaronis

Letters Letters

'YO MAMA' IS A BIGOT New York City Arthur C. Danto contends that Renee Cox's Yo Mama's Last Supper is not anti-Catholic and deserves First Amendment protec...

Jun 21, 2001 / Letters / Eric Alterman, Arthur C. Danto, Maria Margaronis, and Our Readers

Blair’s Cooled-Off Britannia Blair’s Cooled-Off Britannia

As the election nears, the weather is rotten and the glow is off "New Labour."

May 17, 2001 / Feature / Maria Margaronis

Talking With ‘Red Ken’ Talking With ‘Red Ken’

London's new mayor is Thatcher's old nemesis. Is he also a leading indicator?

Nov 30, 2000 / Feature / Maria Margaronis and D.D. Guttenplan

A Full Tank of Paradoxes A Full Tank of Paradoxes

Contrary to the impression fostered by the government's supporters, not all the fuel protesters are selfish, gas-guzzling throwbacks greedy for a bigger TV.

Sep 25, 2000 / Editorial / Maria Margaronis

The Politics of Food The Politics of Food

Case sawed shakily at his steak, reducing it to uneaten bite-sized fragments, which he pushed around in the rich sauce.... "Jesus," Molly said, her own plate empty, "gimme that.

Dec 9, 1999 / Feature / Maria Margaronis

Food Fight Comes to America Food Fight Comes to America

As the international uprising against genetically engineered (GE) foods continues to grow, the worst fear of US government and business officials is that the commotion abroad wil...

Dec 9, 1999 / Feature / Maria Margaronis