Greenwald’s latest book garners acclaim
Professor Marilyn Greenwald’s latest book, Pauline Frederick Reporting, has received positive reviews from numerous publications. Greenwald has also been interviewed by three public radio stations about her work.
Publisher’s Weekly called the book "a must-read for journalism, women’s studies, and political science students, as well as for those interested in the history of the UN and the Cold War," while a book review in the journal Journalism History said "Pauline Frederick deserves this exhaustively researched book about her remarkable life and her contributions to journalism." The introduction to Greenwald’s book was also published by the online newspaper Women’s ENews.
Greenwald has also been interviewed several times about Pauline Frederick Reporting. She appeared in February on the Leopard Lopate Show on WNYC Public Radio in New York. The link to that interview can be found here: http://www.wnyc.org/story/pauline-frederich-marilyn-greenwald-marlene-sanders/. Greenwald has also appeared on WOSU Public Media in Columbus and was a guest on "Conversations from Studio B" on WOUB Public Media in Athens earlier this year.
An excerpt of Greenwald’s book can be found here: http://womensenews.org/story/our-history/150327/pauline-frederick-paved-way-female-journalists