Ruth Baldwin

Ruth Baldwin is the Director of Development and Public Programming for The Nation Institute. She was formally an editor at Nation Books.

Remembering Anthony Shadid

Remembering Anthony Shadid Remembering Anthony Shadid

The most gifted foreign correspondent in a generation reported with authority and empathy.

Feb 17, 2012 / Lived History / Ruth Baldwin

Short Takes Short Takes

Reviews of novels by Anne Tyler, Chris Abani, and Rodrigo Fresan.

Jun 15, 2006 / Books & the Arts / Ruth Baldwin and Christine Smallwood

Love Letters Love Letters

Richard Lingeman's Double Lives explores the richness of friendships between such literary lions as Hawthorne and Melville, Hemingway and Fitzgerald, and Kerourac, Ginsberg and Cas...

May 4, 2006 / Books & the Arts / Ruth Baldwin

What Are They Reading? What Are They Reading?

On January 20, 1995, Bruno Jordan is gunned down in a parking lot in El Paso, Texas, in what appears to be a botched carjacking.

Nov 7, 2002 / Books & the Arts / Ruth Baldwin

Gujarat’s Gendered Violence Gujarat’s Gendered Violence

Women's bodies were central battlegrounds in the worst bout of Hindu-Muslim bloodletting to grip India in over ten years, in the western Indian state of Gujarat beginning on Fe...

Sep 16, 2002 / Feature / Ruth Baldwin

The ‘Talibanization’ of Bangladesh The ‘Talibanization’ of Bangladesh

"I stand before you all today with a heavy heart to tell the tales of the endless raging minority cleansing campaign," declared Dwijen Bhattacharjya at the International Conferenc...

May 18, 2002 / Feature / Ruth Baldwin