The New York Times
Ellen Barry is the New England bureau chief of The New York Times. She was previously the London-based chief international correspondent, and before that, the paper’s South Asia bureau chief, based in New Delhi. In India, she focused on the unusually low participation of women in labor markets, and wrote about their struggles to earn for themselves. Before India, Barry was also a correspondent and then bureau chief for The Times in Moscow. While in Russia, she was part of a team which won the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting for a series on impunity in the country’s justice system. Barry also covered mental health and rural New England for the Boston Globe; and covered the American South for the Los Angeles Times.
The Jungle Prince of Dehli (The New York Times)
How to Get Away with Murder in Small-Town India (The New York Times)