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Scheduled Conference Title
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference A critical analysis of newspaper coverage of the raised fist as a symbol of the Black Power Movement from 1966-1969 Abstract
Thomas C Anderson
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference A Girl called Zat: A Soap Opera which Depicts Multifaceted Aspects of Egyptian Society, Culture, Politics and Gender Dynamics from 1952 to 2011 Abstract
Aliaa Dawoud
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference A Helping Hand? How the Women's National Indian Association Used the Press to Advocate Assimilationist Policies for American Indians 1879-1903 Abstract
Melissa Greene-Blye
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference A History of Disruptive Media Technologies Abstract
Will Mari
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference A History of Fallen Photojournalists: Stories About Risk, Daring, and the Hero Myth Abstract
Raymond McCaffrey
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference A Torrent Suspended in Midstream: The Short Life and Long Death of McClure’s Magazine Abstract
Alexandra Hitchcock
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference Abolitionist Reporting on the 1793 Fugitive Slave Law in New York City: An early example of investigative journalism (work-in-progress) Abstract
Paula Hunt
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference Architecture, Urban Design, and Media Narratives: The Relationship between Material and Media Space in U.S. Mass Killings Abstract
William Aungst, Ashley Walter
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference At War With Madison Abstract
Joe Marren
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference ‘Give It Hell, John’: The Fighter Metaphor in News Coverage of a Senator’s Cancer Diagnosis Abstract
Cherie Henderson
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference “A One-Man Movement”: Gus Heningburg, the Kerner Commission, and Positively Black Abstract
Ron Bishop
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference “Born in Labor and Nurtured in Fortitude”: A History of Mississippi Press Women, 1947-1997 Abstract
Pete Smith
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference “Fayned News: The Origins of Public Relations in Early Modern Europe” Abstract
Jonathan Rose
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference “The Advertising Agency BBDO in Early Television” Abstract
Cynthia Meyers
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference “The Remarkably Independent Readers of American Comic Strips, 1934-1955” Abstract
Jonathan Rose
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference “Walter Lippmann as ‘Non-Jewish Jew’: Objectivity and the Journalism of Detachment.” Abstract
Julien Sean Gorbach
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference Baseball and the News Abstract
Ron Rodgers
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference Before the Flag-Raising: Media Scripts and the Iwo Jima Photograph Abstract
Matthew Pressman, James J Kimble
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference Big Brains and the Solid South: Newspaper Coverage of the Election of 1880 Abstract
Katrina J. Quinn
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference Bill Simmons: The New Journalism Tradition in the Internet Age Abstract
Connor Harrison
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference Civil Rights Coverage and Newsmagazines: A View from the Literary Journalism Abstract
Kathleen Wickham
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference Colors of Error: From the Goddess of Discord to Digital Processing Abstract
Carolyn Kane
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference Covering Nuclear War: Hiroshima’s Local Media Abstract
Ann Sherif
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference Cultura Proletaria: A Voice for the Spanish Anarchist Movement in the Americas Abstract
Jon Bekken
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference Dangerous Questions: Aborted Studies of the News Media, 1920-1960 Abstract
Stephen Bates
 
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