James Carroll

James Carroll is the author of eight works of non-fiction, including Constantine’s Sword, the classic study of Christian anti-Semitism; and twelve novels, most recently The Cloister, which The New York Times called “incandescent.” His work has received the Scripps-Howard Journalism Award, the National Book Award, the National Jewish Book Award, the PEN-John Kenneth Galbraith Award, The Thomas Merton Award, and the Peace Now Award. He is an Associate of the Mahindras Humanities Center at Harvard University. He lives in Boston, with his wife the writer Alexandra Marshall.

James Carroll – photo credit Patricia Pingree