Volume 20:2 (2017-2018)

Posted on: July 26, 2018 | By: Bill Anderson | Filed under: Journal Entry

Contempt by Publication: Historical Perspectives and Nineteenth- Century Congressional Review
By: Butler Cain

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Volume 20:1 (2017-2018)

Posted on: June 11, 2018 | By: Bill Anderson | Filed under: Journal Entry

His Criticism Never Ceased: Willard Cole’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Campaign Against the Ku Klux Klan, 1950-1953
By: Thomas Terry

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Volume 19 (2016-2017)

Posted on: March 15, 2017 | By: Bill Anderson | Filed under: Journal Entry

Willie Morris’ First Fight for Press Freedom: Collegiate Journalism in the 1950s at The Daily Texan
By: Elizabeth Barfoot Christian

Interpreting in Time: Lester Markel, The Flow of the News Study, and the Case for Interpretative Reporting during the Cold War
By: Ronald P. Seyb

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Volume 18 (2015-2016)

Posted on: March 15, 2017 | By: Bill Anderson | Filed under: Journal Entry

“An Offense to Conventional Wisdom”: Press independence and Publisher W.E. Chilton III, 1960 to 1987
By: Edgar Clayton Simpson

Solitary Place or Golden State: The Acquisition of California
By: Matthew McDonough

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Volume 17 (2014-2015)

Posted on: March 15, 2017 | By: Bill Anderson | Filed under: Journal Entry

The Courting of Willie Morris: Ole Miss’ Writing Rebel
By: Elizabeth Barfoot Christian

South Carolina’s Rhetorical Civil War: Nullification and Local Partisanship in the Press, 1831-1833
By: Erika J. Pribanic-Smith

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Volume 16 (2013-2014)

Posted on: March 15, 2017 | By: Bill Anderson | Filed under: Journal Entry

Celebrating Forefathers . . . or Picnicking with Firecrackers? A Content Analysis Study of American Newspaper Celebrations of the July 4th Independence Day, 1820-1860
By: Thomas C. Terry, Donald L. Shaw, Caitlin Hourigan

Speculating “National”: Ownership and Transformation of the English-Language Press in India During the Collapse of the British Raj
By: Deeptanil Ray

Fashion as Washington Journalism History: Eleni Epstein and Her Three Decades at the Washington Star
By: Kimberly Wilmot Voss and Lance Speere

Hurricane Katrina: Local Radio and Community Responsibility
By: Reginald F. Moody

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Volume 15 (2012-2013)

Posted on: March 15, 2017 | By: Bill Anderson | Filed under: Journal Entry

When Objectivity Works: David Halberstam’s Vietnam Reporting
By: Ronald Seyb

The Residual Effect of Hard-Line Lobbying on Radio Martí Content
By: Daniel C. Walsh

College President to Cattle Town Editor: Asa Mercer and Frontier Journalism on the Northern Plains
By: Ross F. Collins

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Volume 14 (2011-2012)

Posted on: March 15, 2017 | By: Bill Anderson | Filed under: Journal Entry

Forming FOIA: The Influence of Editors and Publishers on the Freedom of Information Act
By: Shannon E. Martin and Kamilla Benko

“Sons of the Midnight Sun”: Korpelanism, Sámi and Finnish Minorities in Swedish Newspapers in the late 1930s
By: Merja Ellefson

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Volume 13 (2010-2011)

Posted on: March 15, 2017 | By: Bill Anderson | Filed under: Journal Entry

Going Places: Mobility, Domesticity, and the Portrayal of Television in New Yorker Cartoons,1945-1959
By: Randall Patnode

The Feminism of Bernarr Macfadden: Physical Culture Magazine and the Empowerment of Women
By: Kathleen L. Endres

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Volume 12 (2009-2010)

Posted on: March 15, 2017 | By: Bill Anderson | Filed under: Journal Entry

The Edward R. Murrow of Docudramas and Documentary
By: Lawrence Strout

Naming the Forest Fire: Journalists Define the “Red Demon,” 1871-1933
By: James Kates

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