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Pulitzer Prize for Criticism

  • 1970: Ada Louise Huxtable, The New York Times, distinguished criticism.
  • 1971: Harold C. Schonberg, The New York Times, music.
  • 1972: Frank Peters Jr., St. Louis Post-Dispatch, music.
  • 1973: Ronald Powers, The Chicago Sun-Time, television
  • 1974: Emily Genauer, Newsday, art
  • 1975: Roger Ebert, The Chicago Sun-Time, film
  • 1976: Alan M. Kriegsman, The Washington Post, dance
  • 1977: William McPherson, The Washington Post, books
  • 1978: Walter Kerr, The New York Times, theater
  • 1979: Paul Gapp, The Chicago Tribune, architecture
  • 1980: William A. Henry III, The Boston Globe, television
  • 1981: Jonathan Yardley, The Washington Star, books
  • 1982: Martin Bernheimer, The Los Angeles Times, music
  • 1983: Manuela Hoelterhoff, The Wall Street Journal, the arts
  • 1984: Paul Goldberger, The New York Times, architecture
  • 1985: Howard Rosenberg, The Los Angeles Times, television
  • 1986: Donal Henehan, The New York Times, music
  • 1987: Richard Eder, The Los Angeles Times, books
  • 1988: Tom Shales, The Washington Post, television
  • 1989: Michael Skube, The News and Observer (Raleigh, North Carolina), books
  • 1990: Allan Temko, The San Francisco Chronicle, architecture
  • 1991: David Shaw, The Los Angeles Times, media coverage of the McMartin Preschool Child Abuse case
  • 1992: no award given
  • 1993: Michael Dirda, The Washington Post, books
  • 1994: Lloyd Schwartz, The Boston Phoenix, music
  • 1995: Margo Jefferson, The New York Times, books
  • 1996: Robert Campbell, The Boston Globe, architecture
  • 1997: Tim Page, The Washington Post, music
  • 1998: Michiko Kakutani[?], The New York Times, books and literature
  • 1999: Blair Kamin[?], The Chicago Tribune, architecture
  • 2000: Henry Allen[?], The Washington Post, photography
  • 2001: Gail Caldwell[?], The Boston Globe, contemporary life and literature
  • 2002: Justin Davidson[?], Newsday, music

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