NYT Bureau Chief Bronner ’76 Speaks on Writing

Ethan Bronner '76 speaks inside Memorial Chapel  Oct. 7.  Bronner currently the Jerusalem bureau chief of <em>The New York Times</em>.

Former Wesleyan Trustee Ethan Bronner '76 speaks inside Memorial Chapel Oct. 7. Bronner currently the Jerusalem bureau chief of The New York Times.

As an editor, Bronner worked on a series of articles about Al Qaeda that were awarded a Pulitzer Prize for explanatory journalism.

As an editor, Bronner worked on a series of articles about Al Qaeda that were awarded a Pulitzer Prize for explanatory journalism.

Anne Greene, director of Writing Programs, director of the Wesleyan Writers Conference, adjunct professor of English, introduced the Bronner lecture. The event was part of the Writing Program's Distinguished Writers Series.

Anne Greene, director of Writing Programs, director of the Wesleyan Writers Conference, adjunct professor of English, introduced the Bronner lecture. The event was part of the Writing Program's Distinguished Writers Series.

Bronner concluded his talk with a Q&A session with the audience. (Photos by Stefan Weinberger '10)

Bronner concluded his talk with a Q&A session with the audience. (Photos by Stefan Weinberger '10)