Heneghan spoke of the pitfalls of reporting on religion and why it’s so necessary.
The series looks at questions of gender and sexuality in new and challenging ways.
She and Dr. Hilary Kahn spoke about their book On Islam: Muslims and the Media.
“This kind of recognition from the largest association of journalists in the United States means a great deal to us as journalism educators,” Weaver said.
Francis will be working on her new book Quilted Films: African American Home Movies and Historical Memory, 1924–1975.
“Attention agency,” IU alumnus and Third Street Agency President Sean Smith said, comes from the definition of advertising.
The fellowships support student research toward a certain thesis, dissertation, presentation, production or publication.
Amy Wax’s visit to campus was part of the Ostrom Workshop’s Tocqueville Lecture Series.
The paper will appear in the Journal of Communication’s 2018 special issue “Ferments in the Field.”
The fellowship offers faculty the opportunity to engage in active learning practices and training.