Cristina Odone

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Full name: Cristina Patricia Odone

Area of interest: Society, Media, Poliics, Religion - relationship between society, families and faith

Journals/Organisation: The Daily Telegraph | The Observer

Email: cristina@odone.freeserve.co.uk

Personal website:

Website: http://commentisfree.guardian.co.uk/cristina_odone

Blog: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/author/cristinaodone

Representation: http://www.curtisbrown.co.uk/cristina-odone

Networks: https://twitter.com/cristinaod1

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Education: Marymount School (U.S.), National Cathedral School (U.S.); St Clare's, Oxford (U.K.) Worcester College, Oxford: French literature and history

Career: Began journalistic career at The Catholic Herald; worked for a time at the World Bank, Washington D.C., as an adviser to European companies; rejoined The Catholic Herald as editor, 1991/1996; T.V. critic for The Daily Telegraph, 1996/1998; deputy editor of the New Statesman, 1998/2004; The Daily Telegraph: Columnist, 2006/2007 (wrote an opinion column as well as the 'Posh but Poor' column); The Observer/The Guardian: Columnist 2002/2007; since 2010 a frequent Telegraph' contributor and blogger

Current position/role: Freelance columnist

  • also writes/has written for: The Times, as a guest columnist, 2004/2006

Other roles/Main role: Broadcaster, Research Fellow at the Centre for Policy Studies

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Video: Regular broadcaster on T.V. and radio: IMDb

Controversy/Criticism: Johann Hari.com: Johann accused of being part of a conspiracy by Cristina 'madwoman' Odone, 2004

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Other: Married to journalist Edward Lucas; daughter of economist Augusto Odone

Books & Debate:

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  • The Shrine (1996) OCLC60310497
  • A Perfect Wife (1997) OCLC38875170
  • Why I am still a Catholic (Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd., Jun 2005) ISBN 0826485774 (Contributor)
  • The Dilemmas of Harriet Carew (2008) OCLC181422032, (based on the 'Posh but Poor' column in The Daily Telegraph, 2006/2007)

Latest work: What women want... and how they can get it, Centre for Policy Studies, October 2009 (follow link for free download)

Speaking/Appearances: http://www.womenspeakers.co.uk/speakerdetail.asp?speakerid=395

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