10:45 am-12:15 p.m. 

ROOM 652

The Eliot King Top Research-in-Progress Presentations

Moderator: Eliot King, Loyola University Maryland

“Life on Campus: Life Magazine’s “College Girl” as an Ordinary and Ideal Symbol of America in the 1930s”

Lindsay Hargrave, Temple University

Carolyn Kitch, Temple University

“‘Race Trouble’ vs. ‘Operation 35’: Opposing Frames of the 1960 Tallahassee, Florida, Sit-Ins as Crafted by Mainstream and Student Journalists”

Dante Mozie, University of South Carolina

“’Don’t Waste the Reader’s Time’: The Journalistic Innovations of Willard M. Kiplinger”

Rob Wells, University of Arkansas

“A Citizen of the World: Philippa Schuyler, the Manchester Union Leader and Putting a Spotlight on 1960 Belgian Congo”

Pamela Walck, Duquesne University

Emily Fitzgerald, Duquesne University


ROOM 653

International Perspectives on Journalism and Media History

Moderator: Susan Swanberg, University of Arizona

“Seven Decades of Woman Today: A Cultural Analysis of Bulgaria’s Iconic Women’s Magazine”

Maria Stover, Washburn University

Elza Ibroscheva, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

“History of Political Journalism, Georgia’s Case in 1917-1918 and after 100 years”

Rusudan Vashakidze, University of Georgia

“William Worthy and the ‘Tehran Paperback’ Controversy”

Robin Sundaramoorthy, University of Maryland

“The History of Journalism in Germany from WWI to Digitalization (1914-2014)”

Annika Kunte, University of Münster

Thomas Birkner, University of Münster


ROOM  654

The Press and the Courts

Moderator: Lisa Luedeman, Gardner-Webb University

“For Speech or not for Speech? The Review of Patterns in the U.S. Supreme Court Decisions as Applied to Political Speech Protection”

Ellada Gamerklidze, Angelo State University

“Pleading the First”

Mary Blue, Tulane University

“Blaming the Press: An Analysis of How the Press Was Portrayed as Threatening a Defendant’s Rights in the 1950s and 1960s”

Erin Coyle, Louisiana State University

“How Illustrated Dailies Sensationalized the Provocation Defense in 1895-6”

Amanda Frisken, SUNY College at Old Westbury


ROOM 655

The Volatile American 1960s

Moderator: Steve Hallock, Point Park University

“Broadcasting the Kennedy Assassination: Local and Network Television News in the History of Live, Breaking Crisis Coverage”

Aniko Bodroghkozy, University of Virginia

“I Read the News Today: A Media Lesson About John Lennon’s Murder”

Anne Lee, St. Bonaventure University

Richard Lee, St. Bonaventure University

“Baseball, ice cream, marijuana: The Other Side of the Vietnam War”

Yasmeen Ebada, Ohio University


ROOM 657

Challenging the Press from Outside and Below

Moderator: Cayce Myers, Virginia Tech University

“The Editor and the ‘Miserable, Carping, Retromingent Vigilante’: Ben Bradlee and the Washington Post vs. Reed Irvine’s Accuracy in Media”

Kevin Lerner, Marist College

“Democracy on the Skids: The Hutchins Commission’s Uneasiness About Citizens”

Stephen Bates, University Nevada-Las Vegas

“The Media and Media Manipulator: Magazine Coverage of Edward Bernays, 1920-1980”

Vanessa Murphee, University of Southern Mississippi