Office Hours: Spr. 2018 Fridays 11am -12 noon in April
Marilyn Chase is a graduate of Stanford University with a BA in English and also the University of California, Berkeley with a Master of Journalism. As a reporter at the The Wall Street Journal, Chase covered a variety of medical beats including the biotechnology industry, disease research and personal health for 30 years. She is the author of The Barbary Plague: the Black Death in Victorian San Francisco, (Random House, 2003). After taking a leave to research a new book-in-progress, Chase is returning in Spring 2018 to teach J219 Mini: “Follow the Money.” She is also a visiting lecturer at Stanford’ Journalism Program teaching Narrative Writing in Winter 2018.
Stanford, BA English Lit./Departmental Honors
University Of California, Berkeley, MA Journalism
Wall Street Journal (1978-2008) Sr. Special Writer
UC Berkeley (2009-Current) Continuing Lecturer
Stanford University (January 2018) Visiting Lecturer
PUBLICATIONS & OTHER WORK
Reflections on Using Japanese-American Internment in WW2 as Basis for Muslim Travel Ban.
How a Wall Street Banker turned AIDS Activist in China
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REPORTING INTERESTSArts, Business, Health, Science, Technology
MEDIA PLATFORMSNarrative Writing