Book critic Education: University of Notre Dame, BA in economics and political science; Princeton University, Woodrow Wilson School, MPA in public and international affairs Carlos Lozada is the nonfiction book critic of The Washington Post. He won the Pulitzer Prize for criticism in 2019 and was a finalist for the award in 2018. Previously he was the Post’s Outlook editor and has overseen news coverage of economics and national security. He received the 2015 National Book Critics Circle's citation for excellence in reviewing. Previously, he was managing editor of Foreign Policy magazine and a Knight-Bagehot fellow in economics and business journalism at Columbia University. Honors & Awards:
Winner, Pulitzer Prize for Criticism, 2019
Finalist, Pulitzer Prize for Criticism, 2018
Winner, National Book Critics Circle citation for excellence in reviewing, 2015
Knight-Bagehot fellow in business and economics journalism, Columbia University, 2004-05
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