Who Won Pulitzer Prizes in 2005?

Pulitzer PrizeApr 4, 2005

Every year since 1917 Pulitzer Prizes are awarded in journalism, letters, drama, and music. Winners receive a $10,000 cash award and a certificate.

Who Won a Pulitzer Prize In 2005?

Beat Reporting
Amy Dockser Marcus (Unseen world of cancer survivors)
Breaking News Photography
Associated Press (Iraqi combat photography)
Breaking News Reporting
Star-Ledger Newark (Coverage of the resignation of a New Jersey governor)
Connie Schultz (Columns that provided a voice for the underdog)
Joe Morgenstern (Film reviews)
Editorial Cartooning
Nick Anderson
Editorial Writing
Tom Philp (Editorials on reclaiming California?s flooded Hetch Hetchy Valley)
Explanatory Reporting
Gareth Cook (Stem cell research reporting)
Feature Photography
Deanne Fitzmaurice (Oakland hospital?s effort to mend an Iraqi boy)
Feature Writing
Julia Keller (Account of a deadly ten second tornado)
International Reporting
Dele Olojede (Rwanda: A Decade After Genocide)
Investigative Reporting
Nigel Jaquiss (Exposing a former governor's sexual misconduct)
National Reporting
Walt Bogdanich (Corporate cover-up of railroad crossing accidents)
Public Service
Los Angeles Times (Exposing injustice at a major public hospital)
Mark Stevens (de Kooning: An American Master)
Annalyn Swan
John Patrick Shanley (Doubt - A Parable)
Marilynne Robinson (Gilead)
General Non-Fiction
Steve Coll (Ghost Wars)
David Hackett Fischer (Washington?s Crossing)
Steven Stucky (Second Concerto for Orchestra)
Ted Kooser (Delights & Shadows)
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