Monthly Archives: September 2014

Outstanding in our fields

Two photos from across the sea. One is by Life photographer Howard Sochurek (1924-94), of Frost in England in 1957. The other of me, in Le Marche region of Italy, in 2012, don’t know who took it. Advertisements

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Making a Case for Higher Ed

My next column in Clio Among the Media, the quarterly newsletter of the History Division of AEJMC (the organization of journalism professors). What history do we [media historians] teach in a communication school or journalism department? In the past we … Continue reading

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The Second Greatest Invention Ever

I’ve let too many emails pile up in my Outlook — thousands upon thousands. So I’ve been deleting them by the score these last few days. I’m up to the year 2009. But I won’t do a wholesale delete (even … Continue reading

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