February 16, 2009

Do Newspapers Have a Future?

With John Foreman (Publisher and President of The Champaign-Urbana News-Gazette and News-Gazette Community Newspapers; Director and Past Chairman of the Illinois First Amdendment Center), and Mary Cory (Publisher and General Manager, Illini Media Company)


January 06, 2009

The Sun and the Moon

The Sun and the Moon: The Remarkable True Account of Hoaxers, Showmen, Dueling Journalists, and Lunar Man-Bats in Nineteenth-Century New York

With Matthew Goodman (Journalist and Historian)


December 12, 2008

White House Alteration of Federal Records on the Iraq War

With Scott L. Althaus, Ph.D. (Associate Professor, Departments of Political Science and Communication, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign ), and , and Kalev H. Leetaru, B.S. (Coordinator of Information Technology and Research at the Cline Center for Democracy, Chief Technology Advisor to the Institute for Computing in the Humanities, Arts, and Social Science, and a Center Affiliate of the National Center for Supercomputing Applications, University of Illinois)


On Their Own book cover
November 14, 2008

On Their Own: Women Journalists And The American Experience In Vietnam

More than three hundred women journalists were accredited to cover the war in Vietnam. In On Their Own, veteran journalist Joyce Hoffmann tells the largely unknown story of a central group of these women, including Dickey Chapelle, Gloria Emerson, Kate Webb, and others. Each has a unique and deeply compelling tale to tell, and vivid portraits of their personal lives and professional triumphs are woven into the controversial details of America's twenty-year military involvement in Southeast Asia.


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