You are cordially invited to attend the Northeast Regional Journalism History Conference sponsored jointly by the American Journalism History Association and the History Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. The conference will be held at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism on Saturday, 24 March, 2001, from 10 AM to 4 PM. Registration is $30 and includes a light breakfast and lunch. We urge you to register (checks may be made payable to Columbia University and sent to Prof. Tucher) or reserve a place by 16 March.
On the schedule:
William E. Huntzicker, Independent scholar, Minneapolis. "Beasts, Bums, or Brothers: Illustrated Newspaper Images of American Indians"
Elliot King, Loyola College in Maryland. "James Gordon Bennett and the
Invention of Entrepreneurial Journalism in the United States"
John C. Hartsock, SUNY-Cortland. "Lafcadio Hearn: Mystic, Anthropologist, and Early Literary Journalist"
Harlen Makemson, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. "The Tattooed Man as Imagetext: Reflections on Bernhard Gillam's 'Phryne before the Chicago Tribunal'"
Gary A. Klein, Westchester Community College. "'When the News Doesn't
Fit': The New York Times and Hitler's First Two Months in Office"
Peter Parisi, Hunter College. "The Public Yawns: (Mis)Representing the
Popular Intelligence in the Journalistic Reaction Story"
Carolyn Kitch, Temple University. "Anniversary Journalism, Collective
Memory, and the Cultural Authority to Tell the Story of the American Past"
Jefferson Pooley, Columbia University. "The 'Infotainment Critique' and Press Mythology: On the Uses and Abuses of History for Journalism"
Barbara Mackenzie, St. Bonaventure University. "Women's Pages -- Back to the Future"
Panel: "Making History Come Alive in a Small Journalism Program"
David T.Z. Mindich, St. Michael's College
Robert W. Snyder, Rutgers University-Newark
Ruth Bayard Smith, Montclair State University
Prof. Andie Tucher
Graduate School of Journalism
2950 Broadway MC 3801
NY NY 10027
212/854-6495 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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