AT A GLANCE

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Covering the Long Path to Civil Rights

Moderator: Stephen Hallock, Point Park University

Civil Rights Coverage and Newsmagazines: A View from the Literary Journalism

Kathleen Wickham, University of Mississippi

How Jet Magazine told the Story of Civil Rights Activism: Framing of the Citizen Activist in 4 Key Civil Rights Activities

Danielle Deavens, independent researcher & Naeemah Clark, Elon University

The Twinned Pasts of Journalism and Civil Rights: Assessing the Intersections of News Coverage and Public History

Carolyn Kitch, Temple University

A critical analysis of newspaper coverage of the raised fist as a symbol of the Black Power Movement from 1966-1969

Thomas C. Anderson, University of South Carolina-Columbia 

WIZF “The Wiz”: An Oral History Project

Kim Fox, The American University in Cairo

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War & Propaganda: A Study of the Wartime Press, Part I

Moderator: Sid Bedingfield, University of Minnesota

Pirates, Presidents & The Path to the War of 1812

Joe Marren, Buffalo State University

The Varieties of Information and Intelligence During the Secession Crisis, 1860-1861

Michael Fuhlhage, Wayne State University

WAR CORRESPONDENT OR WARRIOR? WINSTON S. CHURCHILL IN THE SECOND ANGLO-BOER WAR

David Williams Bulla, Augusta University

The Iron Laws of Propaganda: World War I and the Origins of Government Manufacture of Opinion

Elisabeth Fondren & John Maxwell Hamilton, Louisiana State University

The Great War in American Popular Magazines, 1914-1917

Martin Green, Fairleigh Dickinson University

The ‘Three Flesh Bomb Heroes’ Phenomenon: A Creation of Japanese Wartime Media (1932-1945)

Hanae Kramer, University of Hawaii at Manoa

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Technology as a Disruptive Force in Mass Communication

Moderator: Susan Swanberg, University of Arizona

A HISTORY OF DISRUPTIVE MEDIA TECHNOLOGIES

Will Mari, Northwest University

TaverNs, the WEALTHY, AND A WIDOW: EARLY ADOPTORS OF DU MONT TELEVISIONS

Charlene Simmons, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

Colors of Error: From the Goddess of Discord to Digital Processing

Carolyn Kane, Ryerson University

Bill Simmons: The New Journalism Tradition in the Internet Age

Connor Harrison, Boston University

Mobile Phones: A Revolution of Evolution

Brian Jaeger, William Paterson University

JOURNALISM PRACTICES IN THE DIGITAL AGE: FROM ACCURACY TO IMMEDIACY

Mirjana Pantic, Pace University

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Politick & Rhetoric: Mass Communication Across the Political Spectrum

Moderator: Melissa Greene-Blye, University of Tennessee-Knoxville

Big Brains and the Solid South: Newspaper Coverage of the Election of 1880

Katrina J. Quinn, Slippery Rock University

A Girl called Zat: A Soap Opera which Depicts Multifaceted Aspects of Egyptian Society, Culture, Politics and Gender Dynamics from 1952 to 2011

Aliaa Dawoud, The American University in Cairo

The Effete Corps of Impudent Snobs, From Agnew to Trump: Toward a History of the Liberal Elite Media

Kevin M. Lerner, Marist College

From Buckley to Bannon: The Decadence of Right-Wing Media

Christopher Daly, Boston University

Dawkins vs. Lautenberg: Exploring the Impact of New Jersey’s 1988 U.S. Senate Campaign

Anne Elizabeth Lee, Richard A. Lee, Christian Gravius, Tyler Grudi, Michael Nelson, Sarah Waychoff, Nicholas Youngs, St. Bonaventure University

 

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