Michelle Matthew Ipcar
Kingdom Coming: The Rise of Christian Nationalism
1975 (age 45–46) Buffalo, New York, U.S.
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Michelle Goldberg (born 1975) is an American journalist and author, writing from a liberal / progressive left-of-center perspective. She is a senior correspondent for The American Prospect and a columnist for The Daily Beast and Slate. She was formerly Senior Contributing Writer at The Nation.
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- Early life and education
- Personal life
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Early life and education
Born in Buffalo, New York, Goldberg earned a Bachelor of Arts degree at the State University of New York at Buffalo; she also holds a Master of Science degree in journalism from the University of California Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism.
Goldberg's first book, Kingdom Coming: The Rise of Christian Nationalism (2006), was a finalist for the 2007 New York Public Library's Helen Bernstein Book Award for Excellence in Journalism. In 2009 she published The Means of Reproduction: Sex, Power, and the Future of the World (2009), which is based on her own reporting about the state of women's reproductive rights across several continents, and explores what she terms the "international battle over reproductive rights".
She is a senior correspondent at The American Prospect, and a columnist for The Daily Beast and Slate. Her work has been published in the magazines The New Republic, Rolling Stone, and Glamour, and in The Guardian, The New York Times, The Washington Post, and other newspapers. The New York Times named Goldberg as an opinion columnist in September, 2017.
In the September 17, 2017 issue of The New York Times Book Review, Goldberg published a critical review of Vanessa Grigoriadis’ study of college rape Blurred Lines: Rethinking Sex, Power, and Consent on Campus. In the review, Goldberg incorrectly charged that Grigoriadis failed to write about certain Department of Justice statistics on the subject and incorrectly described the author’s presentation of statistics from the Rape, Abuse and Incest Network. The Book Review issued a correction of more than 100 words. “This review is factually incorrect from top to bottom,” Grigoriadis wrote to Book Review editor Pamela Paul. "Michelle essentially threw together some ideas she gathered during her time at Slate and punched me in the face with them. Michelle is free to dislike my book. She is not free to make demonstrably false statements that not only damage my book but my reputation and credibility as a reporter.”
Goldberg lives in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, New York with her husband, Matthew Ipcar.