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Journalist Molly Born shares on reporting in Appalachia
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Nobody moves to Mingo County, West Virginia, but journalist Molly Born did and shares her experience with Journalism-affiliated students this spring.
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Lewis Raven Wallace with Denison students
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Lewis Raven Wallace meets with Journalism students and faculty at Denison to discuss what is movement journalism and why do we need it?
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Connie Schultz visits Denison
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Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Connie Schultz helps kick off Denison’s new journalism major as part of her writing residencies on campus.
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Journalism brings investigative journalists to discuss longform reporting during the pandemic, as the first of a three-part series.
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Garnette Cadogan
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Essayist and journalist Garnette Cadogan shares on his latest work, a book on walking.
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Jerry Mitchell
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Investigative journalist Jerry Mitchell to teach cold cases masterclass and present a reading from his newly-released memoir.
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Maggie Messitt
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Mellon fellow Maggie Messitt works toward building a new Journalism faculty cohort across disciplines.
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Portrait of Tariq
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Documentary Photographer Tariq Tarey Speaks on "Refugee: An Exiled Generation" During Narrative Journalism Super Week in November 2019.
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Anna Badken and Mellon fellow Maggie Messitt.
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Author Anna Badkhen visits with Journalism students in the fall 2019.
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Maggie Messitt
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Writing in Place Fellow Maggie Messitt presents “Art(i)fact: one story and the craft of fact-based narratives.”
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The Philadelphia Center's Mark Clark comes to campus in March to discuss the benefits of a liberal arts degree and give career advice.
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Jesse Dukes
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WBEZ audio producer Jesse Dukes talks on podcasting and presents his audio mini-documentary "The Nazi's Neighborhood" on Chicago's Neo-Nazis in the '70s.
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Lecture by Dr. Dan-el Padilla Peralta, the author of "Undocumented: A Dominican Boy's Odyssey from a Homeless Shelter to the Ivy League"
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Reading by Writer Rachel Aviv on April 12 at 8PM in the Barney Davis Boardroom
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