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Black lives matter protest
Second in a series of investigative reporting by Narrative Journalism students on Black lives in Newark.
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Lectures & Discussions
Narrative Journalism brings investigative journalists to discuss longform reporting during the pandemic, as the first of a three-part series.
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Bethel Rock House of Prayer
Narrative Journalism students investigate and report on Black lives in Newark in a series collaboration with the Newark Advocate and the NAACP.
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Midland
"Midland: Reports from Flyover Country," by profs Michael Croley and Jack Shuler is lauded for making reporting with ongoing value more accessible.
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Chloe Sferra '20
Student News
Communication & English major Chloe Sferra '20 has been named a Fulbright finalist for South Korea.
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American farmland
Denison professors co-edit new book, "Midland: Reports from Flyover Country," a collection of essays that negates stereotypes of the Midwest.
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Jack Shuler
Denison Professor Jack Shuler has published a new book, "This is Ohio: The Overdose Crisis and the Frontlines of a New America."
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Trish Perry and her son Billy
Enjoy an excerpt from Prof Jack Shuler's recent book, "This is Ohio”: A New Way of Thinking About Addiction.
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Faculty
Denison faculty Doug Swift's new documentary looks at the fight for racial equality in the town of Zanesville, Ohio.
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Film Screenings
Mellon "Writing in Place" grant brings place-based nonfiction storytelling by students across majors at Narrative Journalism's Full Story Film Fest.
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Garnette Cadogan
Lectures & Discussions
Essayist and journalist Garnette Cadogan shares on his latest work, a book on walking.
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Jack Shuler
Faculty
DU Prof. Jack Shuler’s new book reveals courageous men and women combating the overdose crisis in Newark, Ohio.
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Research & Internships
Summer scholar research projects completed in the narrative journalism department in Summer 2020.
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American flag in the sunset
Faculty
Co-edited by DU Profs Michael Croley & Jack Shuler, "Midland: Reports from Flyover Country," challenges mainstream media coverage of mid-America.
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Film Screenings
Documentarian-in-Residence Luke Lorentzen shows fast-paced film "Midnight Family" in a campus-wide virtual event.
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Black Lives Matter protests
Faculty
An article by English Prof. Jack Shuler asks "Can the White People of Small-Town America Get Behind the Movement for Black Lives?"
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Image of man singing and playing guitar
Faculty
Prof. Doug Swift's video series examine the effects of COVID-19 on the Southeast Ohio region and is featured on WOUB.
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Faculty
Two nooses appear in a small Maine town, and Prof. Jack Shuler provides comment.
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Prof. Doug Swift's COVID-19 video journalism looks at impact on Weasel Boy Brewing Co.
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Pam Houston '83
Alumni
Author Pam Houston '83 gets kudos and the Colorado Book Award for creative nonfiction for her book “Deep Creek: Finding Hope in the High Country."
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Mountains
Alumni
For his first longform journalism story, Ryan Strother '17, an English and environmental studies double major, headed north.
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Professor and students work on an audio stories for the Podcast-a-thon
Contests
Students and faculty across disciplines learn new storytelling skills through participating in the Three Days of Story: Podcast-a-thon.
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Sia Nyorkor
Workshops & Info Sessions
Sia Nyorkor shares her experiences from the field of newscasting and multimedia journalism.
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Sarah Schweitzer
Workshops & Info Sessions
Narrative journalist Sarah Schweitzer talks with NJ students about immersive reporting on children.
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Molly Born
Workshops & Info Sessions
Molly Born shares with narrative journalism concentrators her experiences in the field with print, audio and film reporting.
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Jesse Holland
Workshops & Info Sessions
Jesse Holland shares with narrative journalism students on historic research as a form of reportage as he authors the African American history of D.C.
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Awards & Honors
Alina Panek '20, a Comm. major with a Narrative Journalism concentration, was awarded Denison's President's Medal, the college's highest student honor.
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Kristen Millares Young
Workshops & Info Sessions
Investigative journalist Kristen Millares Young shares her reporting experiences with Narrative Journalism students and faculty
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Michael Croley
Faculty
Short story collection, "Any Other Place," by Asst. Prof. Michael Croley wins Weatherford award for fiction.
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Jerry Mitchell
Lectures & Discussions
Investigative journalist Jerry Mitchell to teach cold cases masterclass and present a reading from his newly-released memoir.
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