John Cornwell (born 1940) is a British journalist, author, and academic. Since 1990 he has directed the Science and Human Dimension Project at Jesus College, Cambridge, where he is also, since 2009, Founder and Director of the Rustat Conferences. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Letters (University of Leicester) in 2011. He was nominated for the PEN/Ackerley Prize for best UK memoir 2007 (Seminary Boy) and shortlisted Specialist Journalist of the Year (science, medicine in Sunday Times Magazine), British Press Awards 2006. He won the Scientific and Medical Network Book of the Year Award for Hitler's Scientists, 2005; and received the Independent Television Authority-Tablet Award for contributions to religious journalism (1994). In 1

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  • جون كورنويل (مواليد سنة 1940) (بالإنجليزية: John Cornwell) صحفي وكاتب إنجليزي، وزميل في كلية يسوع، كامبريدج. (ar)
  • John Cornwell (* 1940) je anglický novinář a spisovatel literatury faktu, známý zejména pro své knihy o papežích. Je bývalým seminaristou a jeho knihy jsou často značně kritické k církevní hierarchii. Jeho nejznámější knihy jsou knihy o papežích: A Thief in the Night („vyšetřování“ náhlé smrti Jana Pavla I.), (velmi kriticky hodnotí jednání Pia XII. za holokaustu) a The Pontiff in Winter (kritické hodnocení pontifikátu Jana Pavla II.) (cs)
  • John Cornwell (* 1940 in London) ist ein englischer Journalist und Buchautor. Er ist Bruder von John le Carré. (de)
  • John Cornwell (born 1940) is a British journalist, author, and academic. Since 1990 he has directed the Science and Human Dimension Project at Jesus College, Cambridge, where he is also, since 2009, Founder and Director of the Rustat Conferences. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Letters (University of Leicester) in 2011. He was nominated for the PEN/Ackerley Prize for best UK memoir 2007 (Seminary Boy) and shortlisted Specialist Journalist of the Year (science, medicine in Sunday Times Magazine), British Press Awards 2006. He won the Scientific and Medical Network Book of the Year Award for Hitler's Scientists, 2005; and received the Independent Television Authority-Tablet Award for contributions to religious journalism (1994). In 1982 he won the Gold Dagger Award Non-Fiction (1982) for Earth to Earth. He is best known for his investigative journalism; memoir; and his work in public understanding of science. In addition to his books on the relationship between science, ethics and the humanities, he has written widely on the Catholic Church and the modern papacy. (en)
  • John Cornwell (né en 1940) est un journaliste et auteur anglais, et Fellow du Jesus College, Cambridge. (fr)
  • John Cornwell (Londen, 1940) is een Engels journalist en auteur die vooral bekend is door zijn boeken over pausen van de twintigste eeuw. In zijn boeken staat hij vaak kritisch tegenover de katholieke kerkleiding en schrijft vanuit een modernistisch standpunt. In 1990 werd hij hoofd van het onderzoeksprogramma Science and Human Dimension aan het van de Universiteit van Cambridge. In 1999 schreef hij een biografie van Paus Pius XII: Hitler's Pope, The secret history of Pius XII. Vijf jaar na de verschijning van zijn boek Hitler's Pope, verklaarde Cornwell dat hij zijn visie op Pius XII enigszins gewijzigd had: “I would now argue, in the light of the debates and evidence following ‘Hitler's Pope', that Pius XII had so little scope of action that it is impossible to judge the motives for his silence during the war, while Rome was under the heel of Mussolini and later occupied by the Germans.” In een artikel in The Times bekritiseerde hij Richard Dawkins en meer in het bijzonder zijn boek The God Delusion. De toon van het boek vond hij extremistisch en dogmatisch. Hij herhaalde zijn kritiek later ook in The Guardian en in zijn boek Darwin's Angel (2007). (nl)
  • John Cornwell (nascido em 1940) é um jornalista e escritor inglês, e membro do Jesus College em Cambridge. Ele é mais conhecido por vários livros sobre o papado - mais notavelmente - jornalismo investigativo, memórias e a compreensão pública da ciência e da filosofia. Mais recentemente, ele tem se preocupado com a relação entre a ciência, a ética e as humanidades. Seu livro mais recente, Newman's Unquiet Grave: The Reluctant Saint, é uma biografia do Cardeal Newman. Autor de vários livros, incluindo uma biografia do poeta romântico inglês Samuel Taylor Coleridge, se tornou conhecido por seu livro (no qual se voltou contra as teorias da conspiração sobre a morte do Papa João Paulo I) e também por sua obra sobre o Papa Pio XII, (em que ele, como fica claro no título em inglês, chama Pio XII de "Papa de Hitler").Cornwell também escreveu várias réplicas partir de uma perspectiva cristã sobre Richard Dawkins. (pt)
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  • جون كورنويل (مواليد سنة 1940) (بالإنجليزية: John Cornwell) صحفي وكاتب إنجليزي، وزميل في كلية يسوع، كامبريدج. (ar)
  • John Cornwell (* 1940) je anglický novinář a spisovatel literatury faktu, známý zejména pro své knihy o papežích. Je bývalým seminaristou a jeho knihy jsou často značně kritické k církevní hierarchii. Jeho nejznámější knihy jsou knihy o papežích: A Thief in the Night („vyšetřování“ náhlé smrti Jana Pavla I.), (velmi kriticky hodnotí jednání Pia XII. za holokaustu) a The Pontiff in Winter (kritické hodnocení pontifikátu Jana Pavla II.) (cs)
  • John Cornwell (* 1940 in London) ist ein englischer Journalist und Buchautor. Er ist Bruder von John le Carré. (de)
  • John Cornwell (né en 1940) est un journaliste et auteur anglais, et Fellow du Jesus College, Cambridge. (fr)
  • John Cornwell (born 1940) is a British journalist, author, and academic. Since 1990 he has directed the Science and Human Dimension Project at Jesus College, Cambridge, where he is also, since 2009, Founder and Director of the Rustat Conferences. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Letters (University of Leicester) in 2011. He was nominated for the PEN/Ackerley Prize for best UK memoir 2007 (Seminary Boy) and shortlisted Specialist Journalist of the Year (science, medicine in Sunday Times Magazine), British Press Awards 2006. He won the Scientific and Medical Network Book of the Year Award for Hitler's Scientists, 2005; and received the Independent Television Authority-Tablet Award for contributions to religious journalism (1994). In 1 (en)
  • John Cornwell (Londen, 1940) is een Engels journalist en auteur die vooral bekend is door zijn boeken over pausen van de twintigste eeuw. In zijn boeken staat hij vaak kritisch tegenover de katholieke kerkleiding en schrijft vanuit een modernistisch standpunt. In 1990 werd hij hoofd van het onderzoeksprogramma Science and Human Dimension aan het van de Universiteit van Cambridge. (nl)
  • John Cornwell (nascido em 1940) é um jornalista e escritor inglês, e membro do Jesus College em Cambridge. Ele é mais conhecido por vários livros sobre o papado - mais notavelmente - jornalismo investigativo, memórias e a compreensão pública da ciência e da filosofia. Mais recentemente, ele tem se preocupado com a relação entre a ciência, a ética e as humanidades. Seu livro mais recente, Newman's Unquiet Grave: The Reluctant Saint, é uma biografia do Cardeal Newman. (pt)
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