Nina D. Burleigh (born circa 1959-1960) is an American writer and investigative journalist who writes books, articles, essays and reviews which explore, among many topics, the tension between belief and science, religion and rationality in post-Enlightenment life. Burleigh is strongly sympathetic to secular liberalism, and is known for her interest in issues of women's rights, having previously written a colum for The New York Observer called "The Bombshell". She is the author of multiple books, including Mirage: Napoleon's Scientists and the Unveiling of Egypt (2007), about the scholars who accompanied Napoleon's invasion of Egypt in 1798; Unholy Business (2008), chronicling a Biblical archaeological forgery case and the Jerusalem relic trade. Burleigh is a national investigative journalist, with previous publications including The Fatal Gift of Beauty (2011), on the wrongful imprisonment of American student Amanda Knox.. Her recent work (January 2015 to January 2020) has included five years covering Trump as a National Politics Correspondent for Newsweek. Most recently Burleigh's writing has been published in Rolling Stone, The Guardian, The New York Times, and GEN/Medium.
|Geburtsdatum:||1958 (♐ Schütze)|
|Alter:||61Jahre 7Monate 3Tage|