Fall 2014 Fellows

August 28, 2014 — The Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy is pleased to announce its Joan Shorenstein Fellows for Fall 2014: Yavuz Baydar, Celestine Bohlen, John M. Geddes and Matthew Hindman.

Robin Sproul

Speaker Series with Robin Sproul, vice president and Washington Bureau Chief, ABC News.
Taubman 275, Harvard Kennedy School

Foreign Correspondent by HDS Greenway

John Maxwell Hamilton reviews the new book Foreign Correspondent by former Shorenstein Fellow H.D.S. Greenway in The Boston Globe: “In 1940, Alfred Hitchcock released a film loosely based on ‘Personal Affairs,’ the autobiography of the brilliant and colorful journalist Vincent Sheean. The film’s opening dedication apotheosized the American foreign correspondent — ‘To those intrepid ones who went across the seas to be the eyes and ears of America.’ Now we have a memoir that takes the title of Hitchcock’s film and provides a thought-provoking counterpoint to it.” Continue reading…

Martin F. Nolan

Former Fellow Martin F. Nolan in the Boston Globe: “Five years ago, the president lost his only real friend in Congress. It was a sad day for Massachusetts, for the Democratic Party, for civility in Washington, D.C., and, most of all, a sad day for Barack Obama and his administration.” Continue reading…