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.

Dynasty or Dinosaur? An Insider’s Perspective on Network News

April 25, 2005: “Dynasty or Dinosaur? An Insider’s Perspective on Network News.” Brown-bag lunch with Andrew Heyward, president of CBS News.

Iraq: Ground Truth

April 18, 2005: “Iraq: Ground Truth.” Brown-bag lunch with Martha Raddatz, ABC News State Department correspondent.

Covering the War on Terror: How Bias Can Creep into Reporting

April 12, 2005: “Covering the War on Terror: How Bias Can Creep into Reporting.” Brown-bag lunch with David Rohde, Shorenstein fellow and foreign correspondent at the New York Times.

Liberals and the Press After 9/11

April 7, 2005: “Liberals and the Press After 9/11.” Brown-bag lunch with Peter Beinart, editor of the New Republic.

Media Fragmentation and Food Fights: How Does a Newsweekly Compete?

April 6, 2005: “Media Fragmentation and Food Fights: How Does a Newsweekly Compete?” Brown-bag lunch with Mark Whitaker, editor of Newsweek.

What Went Wrong and Why: Explaining the Performance of U.S. Government Policy After the Invasion of Iraq

March 22, 2005: “What Went Wrong and Why: Explaining the Performance of U.S. Government Policy After the Invasion of Iraq.” Discussion with James Fallows and William Langewiesche, national correspondents for the Atlantic Monthly. They will discuss political failures as seen from…