Carroll Bogert Marshall Project

In our latest podcast interview for the “Harvard on China” podcast, the Fairbank Center spoke with Carroll Bogert (AB ’83, AM ’86), current president of The Marshall Project and previously deputy executive director at Human Rights Watch. Before joining Human Rights Watch in 1998, she spent twelve years as a foreign correspondent for Newsweek in China, Southeast Asia, and the Soviet Union.

She was awarded the 2019 Centennial Medal Citation by Harvard’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, the highest honor bestowed by the school to alumni in recognition of outstanding contributions to society.

The Harvard on China Podcast is hosted and produced by James Evans, and edited by Liza Tarbell at the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies.

Listen to the podcast below, or on Soundcloud.

Download and read the transcript of this podcast interview here.

Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies