Premio Pulitzer per il miglior editoriale in vignetta

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Il Premio Pulitzer per il miglior editoriale in vignetta (Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Cartooning) è uno dei quattordici Premi Pulitzer per il giornalismo che vengono conferiti ogni anno in America. Viene assegnato a un fumetto o una striscia satirica che si siano distinti per originalità, efficacia, qualità del disegno o effetto pittorico.

Assegnato a partire dal 1922, dal 1980 vengono annunciati anche i nomi dei finalisti, di solito due oltre al vincitore.

Lista dei Vincitori[modifica | modifica wikitesto]

Segue la lista dei vincitori del Premio Pulitzer per il miglior editoriale in vignetta, nelle sue varie edizioni[1].

  • 1922: Rollin Kirby, New York World, per 'On the Road to Moscow'
  • 1923: non assegnato
  • 1924: Jay Norwood "Ding" Darling, Des Moines Register and Tribune, per 'In Good Old USA'
  • 1925: Rollin Kirby, New York World, per 'News from the Outside World'
  • 1926: D. R. Fitzpatrick, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, per 'The Laws of Moses and the Laws of Today'
  • 1927: Nelson Harding, Brooklyn Daily Eagle, per 'Toppling the Idol'
  • 1928: Nelson Harding, Brooklyn Daily Eagle, per 'May His Shadow Never Grow Less'
  • 1929: Rollin Kirby, New York World, per 'Tammany'
  • 1930: Charles R. Macauley, Brooklyn Daily Eagle, per 'Paying for a Dead Horse'
  • 1931: Edmund Duffy, The Baltimore Sun, per 'An Old Struggle Still Going On'
  • 1932: John T. McCutcheon, Chicago Tribune, per 'A Wise Economist Asks a Question'
  • 1933: H. M. Talburt, The Washington Daily News, per 'The Light of Asia'
  • 1934: Edmund Duffy, The Baltimore Sun, per 'California Points with Pride!'
  • 1935: Ross A. Lewis, Milwaukee Journal, per 'Sure, I'll Work for Both Sides'
  • 1936: non assegnato
  • 1937: C. D. Batchelor, New York Daily News, per 'Come on in, I'll treat you right. I used to know your Daddy'
  • 1938: Vaughn Shoemaker, Chicago Daily News, per 'The Road Back'
  • 1939: Charles Werner, The Daily Oklahoman, per 'Nomination for 1938'
  • 1940: Edmund Duffy, The Baltimore Sun, per 'The Outstretched Hand'
  • 1941: Jacob Burck, Chicago Daily Times, per 'If I Should Die Before I Wake'
  • 1942: Herbert Lawrence Block (Herblock), Newspaper Enterprise Association, per 'British Plane'
  • 1943: Jay Norwood "Ding" Darling, Des Moines Register and Tribune, per 'What a Place For a Waste Paper Salvage Campaign'
  • 1944: Clifford K. Berryman, Evening Star (Washington D.C.), per 'Where Is the Boat Going?'
  • 1945: Sergeant Bill Mauldin, United Features Syndicate, per 'Up Front With Mauldin'
  • 1946: Bruce Alexander Russell, Los Angeles Times, per 'Time to Bridge That Gulch'
  • 1947: Vaughn Shoemaker, Chicago Daily News, per 'Still Racing His Shadow'
  • 1948: Reuben L. Goldberg, New York Sun, per 'Peace Today'
  • 1949: Lute Pease, Newark Evening News, per 'Who Me?'
  • 1950: James T. Berryman, Evening Star (Washington D.C.), per 'All Set for a Super-Secret Session in Washington'
  • 1951: Reg Manning|Reg (Reginald W.) Manning, Arizona Republic, per 'Hats'
  • 1952: Fred L. Packer, New York Daily Mirror, per 'Your Editors Ought to Have More Sense Than to Print What I Say!'
  • 1953: Edward D. Kuekes, The Plain Dealer, per 'Aftermath'
  • 1954: Herbert Lawrence Block (Herblock), The Washington Post & Times-Herald
  • 1955: Daniel R. Fitzpatrick, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
  • 1956: Robert York, Louisville Times, per 'Achilles'
  • 1957: Tom Little, Nashville Tennessean, per 'Wonder Why My Parents Didn't Give Me Salk Shots?'
  • 1958: Bruce Shanks, Buffalo Evening News, per 'The Thinker'
  • 1959: Bill Mauldin, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, per 'I won the Nobel Prize for Literature. What was your crime?'
  • 1960: non assegnato
  • 1961: Carey Orr, Chicago Tribune, per 'The Kindly Tiger'
  • 1962: Edmund S. Valtman, Hartford Times, per 'What You Need, Man, Is a Revolution Like Mine'
  • 1963: Frank Miller, Des Moines Register
  • 1964: Paul Conrad, The Denver Post, per i suoi editoriali in vignetta del 1963
  • 1965: non assegnato
  • 1966: Don Wright, The Miami News, per 'You Mean You Were Bluffing?'
  • 1967: Patrick B. Oliphant, The Denver Post, per 'They Won't Get Us To The Conference Table ... Will They?'
  • 1968: Eugene Payne, Charlotte Observer, per i suoi editoriali in vignetta del 1967
  • 1969: John Fischetti, Chicago Daily News, per i suoi editoriali in vignetta del 1968
  • 1970: Thomas F. Darcy, Newsday, per i suoi editoriali in vignetta del 1969
  • 1971: Paul Conrad, Los Angeles Times, per i suoi editoriali in vignetta del 1970
  • 1972: Jeff MacNelly, Richmond News-Leader, per i suoi editoriali in vignetta del 1971
  • 1973: non assegnato
  • 1974: Paul Szep, The Boston Globe, per i suoi editoriali in vignetta del 1973
  • 1975: Garry Trudeau, Universal Press Syndicate, per Doonesbury
  • 1976: Tony Auth, The Philadelphia Inquirer, per 'O beautiful for spacious skies, For amber waves of grain'
  • 1977: Paul Szep, The Boston Globe
  • 1978: Jeff MacNelly, Richmond News Leader
  • 1979: Herbert Lawrence Block, The Washington Post, per l'intero corpo del suo lavoro
  • 1980: Don Wright, The Miami News
  • 1981: Mike Peters, Dayton Daily News
  • 1982: Ben Sargent, Austin American-Statesman
  • 1983: Dick Locher, Chicago Tribune
  • 1984: Paul Conrad, Los Angeles Times
  • 1985: Jeff MacNelly, Chicago Tribune
  • 1986: Jules Feiffer, The Village Voice
  • 1987: Berke Breathed, Washington Post Writers Group
  • 1988: Doug Marlette, Atlanta Constitution e Charlotte Observer
  • 1989: Jack Higgins, Chicago Sun-Times
  • 1990: Tom Toles, The Buffalo News, per 'First Amendment'
  • 1991: Jim Borgman, Cincinnati Enquirer
  • 1992: Signe Wilkinson, Philadelphia Daily News
  • 1993: Steve Benson, Arizona Republic
  • 1994: Michael Ramirez, The Commercial Appeal
  • 1995: Mike Luckovich, Atlanta Constitution
  • 1996: Jim Morin, The Miami Herald
  • 1997: Walt Handelsman, Times-Picayune
  • 1998: Steve Breen, Asbury Park Press
  • 1999: David Horsey, Seattle Post-Intelligencer
  • 2000: Joel Pett, Lexington Herald-Leader
  • 2001: Ann Telnaes, Los Angeles Times Syndicate
  • 2002: Clay Bennett, Christian Science Monitor
  • 2003: David Horsey, Seattle Post-Intelligencer
  • 2004: Matt Davies, The Journal News
  • 2005: Nick Anderson, Courier-Journal, Louisville
  • 2006: Mike Luckovich del Atlanta Journal-Constitution
  • 2007: Walt Handelsman del Newsday
  • 2008: Michael Ramirez del Investor's Business Daily
  • 2009: Steve Breen, San Diego Union-Tribune
  • 2010: Mark Fiore del SFGate.com
  • 2011: Mike Keefe del The Denver Post
  • 2012: Matt Wuerker del Politico
  • 2013: Steve Sack del Star Tribune
  • 2014: Kevin Siers del The Charlotte Observer
  • 2015: Adam Zyglis del The Buffalo News
  • 2016: Jack Ohman del The Sacramento Bee

Note[modifica | modifica wikitesto]

  1. ^ Editorial Cartooning, su The Pulitzer Prizes. URL consultato il 9 gennaio 2017.

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