Housing, the Economy and the ‘Bubble’: The Wall Street Journal

October 17, 2005: “Housing, the Economy and the ‘Bubble’: The Wall Street Journal.” Brown-bag lunch with Robert Haggerty, housing correspondent for the Wall Street Journal.

Malveaux: Media coordination helps when covering White House

October 11, 2005 — Suzanne Malveaux, White House correspondent for CNN, spoke to students and other members of the Kennedy School community about her experiences covering the Bush administration. While unable to speak with complete candor about the inner workings…

Media must cover appointments to the best of its ability, says Tumulty

October 4, 2005 — Karen Tumulty, national political correspondent for Time magazine, visited the Shorenstein Center to share her views in a talk she called “The New Cronyism: How Many More Mike Browns are Out There?” As New Orleans continues…

Housing in Boston: The View from the Globe

October 3, 2005: “Housing in Boston: The View from the Globe.” Brown-bag lunch with Kim Blanton, housing reporter for the Boston Globe. Co-sponsored with the Joint Center for Housing Studies.

Land of the Settlers: From the Notebook of an Israeli TV Journalist

September 30, 2005: “Land of the Settlers: From the Notebook of an Israeli TV Journalist.” Presentation by Chaim Yavin, news anchor at Channel 1 (Israel), who has had a distinguished career in broadcast news covering a wide range of topics from…

Democracy: The Human Cost

September 29, 2005: “Democracy: The Human Cost.” Brown-bag lunch with Michael Goldfarb, former senior correspondent of WBUR’s Inside Out. Goldfarb covered major conflicts from Bosnia to Iraq, conflict resolution in Northern Ireland, and covered British politics and culture. A 2002 Shorenstein…

Isikoff discusses Judith Miller controversy

September 27, 2005 — Michael Isikoff, an investigative correspondent for Newsweek magazine, spoke at a brown-bag luncheon titled “Sourcing the News: Perils and Pitfalls.” Isikoff has written extensively on the war on terrorism, the Abu Ghraib scandal, campaign-finance and congressional…

Broadcaster Judy Woodruff explores reporters’ objectivity

September 19, 2005 — The Shorenstein Center kicked off its annual series of brown-bag lunches with “A Conversation with Judy Woodruff,” moderated by Shorenstein Center director Alex Jones. Woodruff is a broadcast journalist who has covered politics and breaking news…

A Multifaceted Discussion with the Spring 2005 Shorenstein Fellows

May 3, 2005: “A Multifaceted Discussion with the Spring 2005 Shorenstein Fellows.” Topics will include the political impact of technology, globalization of American opinion, effect of mass media on politicians, countering Islamic fundamentalism through introduction of free media, diversity in the…

Buried by the Times: The Holocaust and America’s Most Important Newspaper

April 27, 2005: “Buried by the Times: The Holocaust and America’s Most Important Newspaper.” Brown-bag lunch with Laurel Leff, associate professor of journalism, Northeastern University.