Jessica Bruder

Jessica Bruder

Jessica Bruder reports on social injustice, subcultures, and the dark underbelly of American capitalism. Her latest book, Nomadland, was hailed as a feat of immersive journalism and inspired the Oscar-winning film starring Frances McDormand and directed by Chloe Zhou. Bruder teaches narrative storytelling at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. A longtime contributor to The New York Times, she was the founding columnist behind Start, a blog profiling socially innovative startups.


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