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                                       (Originally aired: 07-27-98)

                              BARBARA  CROSSETTE



             Former Foreign Correspondent - Bureau Chief at

                                      the United Nations for

                                      The New York Times



                 Author: "The Great Hill Stations of Asia"


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       Barbara Crossette - Original air date: 07-27-98




Barbara Crossette, a former foreign correspondent for The New York Times, is the author of several books on Asia, including So Close to Heaven: The Vanishing Buddhist Kingdoms of the Himalayas, published by Alfred A. Knopf in 1995 and in paperback by Random House/Vintage Destinations in 1996, and a collection of travel essays about colonial resort towns that are still attracting visitors more than a century after their creation, The Great Hill Stations of Asia, published by Westview Press in 1998 and in paperback by Basic Books in 1999. In 2000, she wrote a survey of India and Indian-American relations, India: Old Civilization in a New World, for the Foreign Policy Association in New York. She is also the author of India Facing the 21st Century, published by Indiana University Press in 1993.

The Great Hill Stations of Asia was a New York Times notable book of the year in 1998. Conde Nast Traveler named it a Book of the Month.
Ms. Crossette was The New York Times bureau chief at the United Nations from 1994 to 2001. She was earlier a Times chief correspondent in Southeast Asia and South Asia and a diplomatic reporter in Washington. She has also reported from Central America, the Caribbean and Canada, and been deputy foreign editor and senior editor in charge of the Times' weekend news operations. Before joining newspaper paper in 1973, Ms. Crossette worked for The Evening and Sunday Bulletin in Philadelphia and The Birmingham Post in Birmingham, England.
Born in Philadelphia on July 12, 1939, Ms. Crossette received a B.A. in history and political science from Muhlenberg College in 1963. She is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Women's Foreign Policy Group.

She lives in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, where her writing on colonial era inns led to her being named founding editor in 1980 of the guidebook America's Wonderful Little Hotels and Inns



                             Wednesday  May 28, 2008

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