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Scheduled Conference Title
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference The 'Three Flesh Bomb Heroes' Phenomenon: A Creation of Japanese Wartime Media (1932-1945) Abstract
Hanae Kramer
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference The Cultures of the Peoples of the Philippine Cordillera in Radio Broadcasting in Baguio City (1959-2010) Abstract
Jason Paolo Telles
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference The Effete Corps of Impudent Snobs, From Agnew to Trump: Toward a History of the Liberal Elite Media Abstract
Kevin M. Lerner
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference The Great War in American Popular Magazines, 1914-1917 Abstract
Martin Green
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference The Historical Context of Fake News: A Panel Abstract
Kevin M. Lerner
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference The Iron Laws of Propaganda: World War I and the Origins of Government Manufacture of Opinion Abstract
Elisabeth Fondren, John Maxwell Hamilton
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference The Language of Female Sexual Empowerment: The Use of the Term Orgasm in Cosmopolitan Magazine 1965 to 2012 Abstract
Elliot King, Ph.D.
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference The New York Times West Coast Edition, 1962-63 Abstract
Dale L Cressman
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference The rise of observational journalism in the 19th century as exemplified by the deaf journalist Laura C. Redden Abstract
Beth Haller
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference The Twinned Pasts of Journalism and Civil Rights: Assessing the Intersections of News Coverage and Public History Abstract
Carolyn Kitch
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference The Varieties of Information and Intelligence During the Secession Crisis, 1860-1861 Abstract
Michael Fuhlhage
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference Tragedy Strikes and Legacy Begins: The Role of Local Journalism in the Public Memory of Harvey Milk Abstract
Heidi Mau
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference WAR CORRESPONDENT OR WARRIOR? WINSTON S. CHURCHILL IN THE SECOND ANGLO-BOER WAR Abstract
David Williams Bulla
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference Wherein lies the public interest? — ‘Public utility’ in the Communications Act (1934) and the Telecommunications Act (1996) Abstract
Bernat Ivancsics
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference Wild Irishmen, Alternative Facts And the Construction of America’s First “Wall” Abstract
Debra Reddin VanTuyll
 
2018 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference WIZF "The Wiz": An Oral History Project Abstract
Kim Fox
 
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