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Pulitzer Prizes

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A Website that includes an archive of Pulitzer Prize-winning works from past years including photos, editorial cartoons, music clips, and the full text of all articles.

Access Locations: Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, Outside the Library

Subjects: Art; Biography; Language and Literature

Notes: The Pulitzer Prizes are annual awards for achievements in American journalism, letters, drama and music. The prizes have been awarded by Columbia University since 1917, on the recommendation of a Pulitzer Prize Board. Fourteen prizes are given in journalism. The prizes in letters are for fiction, history, poetry, biography or autobiography, and general nonfiction. There are also prizes for drama and music. The site includes an archive of some Pulitzer Prize-winning works from past years, including photos, editorial cartoons, music clips, and the full text of all articles.

Dates of Coverage: 1917-present

Print Equivalent: None

Format: Web

Output Type: Print