ContentsThe Voice of the Negro
Stoker, Kevin. “Liberal Journalism in the Deep South: Harry M. Ayers and the ‘Bothersome’ Race Question.” 22-33.
Sweeney, Michael S. “Censorship Missionaries of World War II.” 4-13.
Volume 27, No. 2, Summer 2001
Reel, Guy. “Richard Fox, John L. Sullivan, and the Rise of Modern American Prize Fighting.” 73-85.
Tucher, Andie. “In Search of Jenkins: Taste, Style, and Credibility in Gilded-Age Journalism.” 50-55.
Volume 27, No. 3, Fall 2001
Collins, Ross F. “The Business of Journalism in Provincial France During World War I.” 112-121.
Fosdick, Scott. “Chicago Newspaper Theater Critics of the Early Twentieth Century.” 122-128.
Johansen, Peter. “‘For Better Higher and Nobler Things’: Massey’s Pioneering Employee Publication.” 94-104.
Twomey, Jane L. “May Craig: Journalist and Liberal Feminist.” 129-138.
Daniel, Douglas K. “Ohio Newspapers and the ‘Whispering Campaign’ of the 1920 Presidential Election.” 156-164.
Evensen, Bruce J. “‘Saucepan Journalism’ in an Age of Indifference: Moody, Beecher and Brooklyn’s Gilded Press.” 165-177.
Bradshaw, Katherine A. “The Misunderstood Public Opinion of James Bryce.” 16-25.
Griffin-Foley, Bridget. “‘The Crumbs are Better than a Feast Elsewhere’: Australian Journalists on Fleet Street.” 26-37.
Henry, Susan. “Ruth Hale: ‘A Passionate Contender’ Caught in a ‘Curious Collaboration.’” 2-15.
Hume, Janice. “Saloon-Smashing Fanatic, Corn-Fed Joan of Arc: The Changing Memory of Carry Nation in Twentieth-Century American
Volume 28, No. 2, Summer 2002
Perry Jr., Earnest L. “It’s Time to Force a Change: The African-American Press’ Campaign for True Democracy during World War II.
Volume 28, No. 3, Fall 2002
Pinzon, Charles. “The Kid in Upper 4: How Nelson Metcalf, Jr., Sold Support of the Soldier Next Door to a Disgruntled Public dur
Volume 28, No. 4, Winter 2003
Fuchs, Penny Bender. “Women in Journalism Oral History Collection of the Washington Press Club Foundation.” 191-196.
Appeal to Reason
Mascaro, Thomas A. “The Peril of the Unheeded Warning: Robert F. Rogers’ ‘Vietnam: It’s a Mad War.” 182-190.
Volume 29, No. 1, Spring 2003
Murphree, Vanessa D. “The Selling of Civil Rights: The Communication Section of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee.”
Oblas, Peter B. “On Japan and the Sovereign Ghost-State: Hugh Byas, Journalist-Expert, and the Manchurian Incident.” 32-42.
Smith, Michael M. “Gringo Propagandist: George F. Weeks and the Mexican Revolution.” 2-11.
Volume 29, No. 2, Summer 2003
Knudson, Jerry W. “John Reed: A Reporter in Revolutionary Mexico.” 59-68.
Luther, Catherine A. “Reflections of Cultural Identities in Conflict: Japanese American Internment Camp Newspapers During World
Socolow, Michael J. “Anchors Away: Huntley, Brinkley, and Cronkite and the 1967 AFTRA Strike.” 50-58.
Mizuno, Takeya. “Journalism Under Military Guards and Searchlights: Newspaper Censorship at Japanese American Assembly Camps dur
Volume 29, No. 4, Winter 2004
Mendelson, Andrew. “Slice-of-Life Moments as Visual ‘Truth’: Norman Rockwell, Feature Photography, and American Values in Pictor
Volume 30, No. 1, Spring 2004
Soffer, Oren. “‘Paper Territory’: Early Hebrew Journalism and Its Political Roles.” 31-39.
Volume 30, No. 2, Summer 2004
Cox, Patrick L. “Charles Lindbergh and Mobiloil: The New Model for Modern Celebrity Endorsement.” 98-106.
Fosdick, Scott. “From Discussion Leader to Consumer Guide: A Century of Theater Criticism in Chicago Newspapers.” 91-97.
Henry, Susan. “Gambling on a Magazine and a Marriage: Jane Grant, Harold Ross, and The New Yorker.” 54-65.
Volume 30, No. 3, Fall 2004
Cramer, Janet M. “Cross-Purposes: Publishing Practices and Social Priorities of Nineteenth Century U.S. Missionary Women.” 123-1
Engelman, Ralph. “‘My Rhodes Scholarship’: Fred Friendly as an Information Officer in World War II.” 114-122.
Golden, Vincent. “North American Imprints before 1877 at the American Antiquarian Society.” 150-157.
Volume 30, No. 4, Winter 2005
Hume, Janice. “Press, Published History, and Regional Lore: Shaping the Public Memory of a Revolutionary War Heroine.” 200-209.
Stoker, Kevin, and Brad L. Rawlins. “The ‘Light’ of Publicity in the Progressive Era: From Searchlight to Flashlight.” 177-188.
Voss, Kimberly Wilmot. “The National Women and Media Collection at the University of Missouri.” 210-214.
Landers, James. “The National Observer, 1962-77: Interpretive Journalism Pioneer.” 13-22.
Lorenz, James Lawrence. “Ralph W. Tyler: The Unknown Correspondent of World War I.” 2-12.
Spencer, David R. “The Cartoon Research Library at Ohio State University.” 46-50.
McPherson, James B. “The Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections at Washington State University.” 106-112.
Van Tuyll, Debra Reddin. “Essential Labor: Confederate Printers at Home and at War.” 75-87.
Kitch, Carolyn. “‘A Genuine, Vivid Personality’: Newspaper Coverage and Construction of a ‘Real’ Advertising Celebrity in a Pion
Risley, Ford. “‘Dear Courier’: The Civil War Correspondence of Editor Melvin Dwinell.” 162-170.
Towne, Stephen E. “Works of Indiscretion: Violence Against the Democratic Press in Indiana during the Civil War.” 138-149.
Allen, Gene. “News Across the Border: Associated Press in Canada, 1894-1917.” 206-217.
Bradshaw, Katherine A. “‘America Speaks’: George Gallup’s First Syndicated Public Opinion Poll.” 198-205.
Reincheld, Aaron. “‘Saturday Night Live’ and Weekend Update: The Formative Years of Comedy News Dissemination.” 190-197.
Wallace, Aurora. “A Height Deemed Appalling: Nineteenth-Century New York Newspaper Buildings.” 178-189.
Volume 32, No. 1, Spring 2006
Carroll, Brian. “Early Twentieth-Century Heroes: Coverage of Negro League Baseball in the Pittsburgh Courier and the Chicago Def
Greenwald, Marilyn. “‘A Pen as Sharp as a Stiletto’: Cleveland Amory as Critic and Activist.”13-21.
Voss, Kimberly Wilmot. “The Penney-Missouri Awards: Honoring the Best in Women’s News.” 43-50.
Webb, Sheila. “The Tale of Advancement: Life Magazine’s Construction of the Modern American Success Story.” 2-12.
Volume 32, No. 2, Summer 2006
Yarrow, Andrew L. “The Big Postwar Story: Abundance and the Rise of Economic Journalism.” 58-76.
Volume 32, No. 3, Fall 2006
Gershenhorn, Jerry. “Double V in North Carolina: The Carolina Times and the Struggle for Racial Equality during World War II.” 1
Weinstein, Elizabeth. “Married to Rock and Roll: Jane Scott, Grandmother of Rock Journalism.” 147-155.
Darling, Juanita. “Re-Imagining the Nation: Revolutionary Media and Historiography in Mesoamerica.” 231-239.
Underwood, Doug. “Depression, Drink, and Dissipation: The Troubled Inner World of Famous Journalist-Literary Figures and Art as
Voss, Kimberly Wilmot. “Resources for Telling the Stories of Contemporary Women’s Page Editors: Archives and Oral Herstories.” 2
Borchard, Gregory A. “The New York Tribune and the 1844 Election: Horace Greeley, Gangs, and the Wise Men of Gotham.” 51-59.
Cone, Stacey. “The Pentagon’s Propaganda Mills: How ‘Arkansas’ Quijote’ Tilted Against Militarism and Challenged the Marketplace
Lumsden, Linda J. “The Essentialist Agenda of the ‘Woman’s Angle’ in Cold War Washington: The Case of Associated Press Reporter
Edwardson, Mickie. “Convergence, Issues, and Attitudes in the Fight over Newspaper-Broadcast Cross-Ownership.” 79-92.
Foust, James C., and Katherine A. Bradshaw. “Something for the Boys: Framing Images of Women in Broadcasting Magazine in the 195
Reimold, Daniel. “Sexual, Revolutionary: The First U.S. College Newspaper Sex Column, 1996-97.” 101-110.
Willis, L. Anne. “Press Control During Auburn University’s Desegregation.” 70-78.
Volume 33, No. 3, Fall 2007
Copeland, David A. “A Series of Fortunate Events: Why People Believed Richard Adams Locke’s ‘Moon Hoax.’” 140-150.
Henry, Susan. “‘We Must Not Forget That We Are Dealing with a Woman’: Jane Grant’s Return to a Magazine and a Cause.” 151-162.
Watson, Roxanne. “Marcus Garvey’s Trial for Seditious Libel in Jamaica.” 173-184.
Volume 33, No. 4, Winter 2008
Ross, Felecia Jones. “The Cleveland Call and Post and the Election of Carl B. Stokes.” 215-223.
Willey, Susan K. “Founding of the Dallas Morning News’ Religion Section.” 194-204.
Volume 34, No. 1, Spring 2008
Cole, Jaci and John Maxwell Hamilton. “Another Test of the News: American Partisan Press Coverage of the French Revolution.” 34-
Gustafson, Kristin L. “Constructions of Responsibility for Three 1920 Lynchings in Minnesota Newspapers: Marginalization of Peop
Volume 34, No. 2, Summer 2008
Gabrial, Brian. “A Crisis of ‘Americanism’: Newspaper Coverage of John Brown’s Raid at Harper’s Ferry and a Question of Loyalty.
Peeples, Matthew. “Creating Political Authority: The Role of the Antebellum Black Press in the Political Mobilization and Empowe
Smith, Reed. “How Two Veteran Journalists in Opposing Media Encouraged a Sense of Community in a Georgia Town.” 107-116.
Mellinger, Gwyneth. “The ASNE and Desegregation: Maintaining the White Prerogative in the Face of Change.” 135-144.
Spaulding, Stacy. “Totalitarian Refugee or Fascist Mistress? Comparing Lisa Sergio’s Autobiography to her FBI File.” 145-154.
Hume, Janice. “Public Memory, Cultural Legacy, and Press Coverage of the Juneteenth Revival.” 155-162.
Abrahamson, David. “The Jungle at 100: A Century of Journalism Reform.” 163-173.
Cressman, Dale. “From Newspaper Row to Times Square: The Dispersal and Contested Identity of an Imagined Journalistic Community.
Witwer, David. “Westbrook Pegler, Eleanor Roosevelt, and the FBI: A History of Infamous Enmities and Unlikely Collaborations.” 1
Rodgers, Ron. “‘Goodness Isn’t News’: The Sheldon Edition and the National Conversation Defining Journalism’s Responsibility to
Stoker, Kevin. “The Journalist and the Jurist: Political Adversaries Enlisted in ‘a Long Campaign on Behalf of Civil Liberties.’
Wilson, Keith. “‘The Beginning of the End:’ An Analysis of British Newspaper Coverage of Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation.” 2
Volume 35, No. 1, Spring 2009
Cleary, Johanna. “‘Genet’ on the Air: Janet Flanner’s Wartime Broadcasts.” 34-41.
Sumpter, Randall S. “Core Knowledge: Early Reporting Textbooks and the Formation of Professional Identity.” 42-52.
Volume 35, No. 2, Summer 2009
Haygood, Daniel Marshall. “Henry Luce’s Anti-Communist Legacy: An Analysis of U.S. News Magazines’ Coverage of China’s Cultural
Roessner, Amber. “Uncovering Sources Hidden Under your Nose: Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections at the University of
Kaszuba, Dave. “Ringside, Hearthside: Sports Scribe Jane Dixon Embodies Struggle of Jazz Age Women Caught Between Two Worlds.” 1
Mellen, Roger P. “Thomas Jefferson and the Origins of Newspaper Competition in Pre-Revolutionary Virginia.” 151-161.
Coyle, Erin. “The Moral Duty of Publicity: Louis Dembitz Brandeis’ Crusades for Reform in the Press and Public Affairs.” 162-167
Bates, Stephen. “Mixed Motives Behind a Pulitzer: The Pecos Independent and Enterprise and Billie Sol Estes.” 205-215.
Volume 36, No. 1, Spring 2010
Voss, Kimberly Wilmot. “Dorothy Jurney: A National Advocate for Women’s Pages as They Evolved and Then Disappeared.” 13-22.
Flamiano, Dolores. “Japanese American Internment in Popular Magazines: Race, Citizenship, and Gender in World War II Photojourna
Watts, Liz. “Covering Eleanor Roosevelt: Associated Press Reporter Bess Furman and Four Years with the First Lady.” 45-54.
Volume 36, No. 2, Summer 2010
Lorenz, Larry. “‘With Bowed Heads and Brows Abashed:’ The Press of New Orleans under General Benjamin Butler.” 72-82.
Roessner, Lori Amber. “Remembering ‘The Georgia Peach:’ Popular Press, Public Myth, and the Shifting Legacy of an (Anti) Hero.”
Thornton, Brian. “The Murder of Emmett Till: Myth, Memory, and National Magazine Response.” 96-104.
Chakars, Janis. “Work Life in the ‘Singing Revolution’: The Experience of Journalism in Latvia during the Struggle for Independe
Volume 36, No. 3, Fall 2010
Baker, Matthew. “Selling a State to the Nation: Boosterism and Utah’s First National Park.” 169-177.
Simpson, Edgar. “Pressing the Press: W.E. Chilton III’s Investigation of Newspaper Owners.” 196-206.
Kates, James. “Liberty Hyde Bailey, Agricultural Journalism, and the Making of the Moral Landscape.” 207-217.
Sheehy, Michael. “Reporting on Party Spirit: The Western Spy’s Coverage of the March to Ohio Statehood.” 218-227.
Sullivan, Christopher C. “‘Always Plenty’: Editor-Writer Bill Emerson’s Speeches as a Memoir of a Rare Life and Times.” 238-244.
Parcell, Lisa M. “Early American Newswriting Style: Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How.” 2-11.
Bates, Stephen. “Public Intellectuals on Time’s Covers.” 39-50.
Maio, Andrew R. “A Step Past Revisionism: The Evolution of Quebec’s Print Media and Post Revisionism.” 51-59.
Nord, David Paul. “Plain and Certain Facts”: Four Episodes of Public Affairs Reporting in Eighteenth-Century Boston. 80-90.
Wickham, Kathleen Woodruff. Murder in Mississippi: The Unresolved Case of Agence French-Presse’s Paul Guihard. 102-112.
Beard, Fred, and Nye, Chad. “A History of the Media Industry’s Self-Regulation of Comparative Advertising. 113-121.
Volume 37, No. 3, Fall 2011
Mendelson, Andrew L. and Kitch, Carolyn. “Creating a Photographic Record of World War I: “Real History”and Recuperative Memory i
Hume, Janice. “Building an American Story: How Early American Historians Used Press Sources to Remember the Revolution. 172-179.
Volume 37, No. 4, Winter 2012
Sowell, Mike. Is She or Isn’t He? Exploring the Gender Identity Controversy Over the First Female Byline in a National Sports Pu
Sheehey, Michael. Woodstock: How the Media Missed the Historic Angle of the Breaking Story, 238-246.
Collins, Ross F. This Is Your Propaganda, Kids: Building a War Myth for World War I Children. 13-22.
Wharton-Michael. Patty The Johnstown Flood of 1889: The Johnstown Tribune’s Commonsense Coverage vs. Common-Practice Sensational
Lampkin Stephens, Donna. The Conscience of the Arkansas Gazette: J.N. Heiskell Faces the Storm of Little Rock. 34-42.
Hulden, Vilja. Employer Organizations’ Influence on the Progressive-Era Press. 43-54
Mellen, Roger P. The Colonial Virginia Press and the Stamp Act: An Expansion of Civic Discourse. 74-85.
Cronin, Mary M, and William E. Huntzicker. Popular Chinese Images and “The Coming Man” of 1870: Racial Representations of Chines
Maurantonio, Nicole. Standing By: Police Paralysis, Race, and the 1964 Philadelphia Riot . 110-21.
Volume 38, No. 3, Fall 2012
Glende, Philip M., Trouble on the Right, Trouble on the Left: The Early History of the American Newspaper Guild, 142-55.
Furrow, Ashley D. A Struggle for Identity: The Rise and Fall of Sports Illustrated Women, 156-65.
Volume 38, No. 4, Winter 2013
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