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Spotlight Shorenstein

Behavioral Decision Science, Commentary,
To have better disagreements, change your words – here are 4 ways to make your counterpart feel heard and keep the conversation going
According to Professor Julia Minson, focusing on your own behavior (rather than how you think or feel) and adopting specific words and phrases that signal...
At Harvard, Tom Hanks offered an increasingly rare moment of grace
Shorenstein Center Director Nancy Gibbs offers her commentary on the Most Trusted Person in America and why his actions may leave a more lasting impression...
A roadmap for TV coverage of the 2024 campaign
CNN might have lost its soul when it recently invited Donald Trump to a live town hall meeting, but it might in the process have stumbled upon a new, acceptable...
Center News, In the News, News, Public Interest Journalism,
Shorenstein Center Fellow Caitlin Dickerson wins Pulitzer Prize
Congratulations to Spring 2023 Shorenstein Center Fellow Caitlin Dickerson, investigative reporter and feature writer for The Atlantic, on winning the...
How to Read a Court Docket: Tips for Finding Facts and Stories Amid the Arguments
The Journalist's Resource presents an online training session with former-journalist-turned-whistleblower-lawyer Eugenie Reich. JR is a project of the...
June 15, 2023
12:00 P.M. ET

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Event Recordings

The Art of Political Writing: a conversation with Washington columnist James Bennet
Communication—writing in particular—is the lifeblood of politics and journalism. Rosenthal Fellow Adam Lashinsky, who is at work on a biography of the...

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