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Death of a noted journalism educator

The AEJMC just sent the following information about the death of Dwight Teeter, a noted scholar and historian.
 

AEJMC Past President Dwight Teeter 

Has Died

AEJMC sends condolences to Dwight's family & friends and would like to take a moment to remember him.
 

Dwight L. Teeter, Jr., 80, a journalism educator for half a century, expert and author on media law and journalism history, died Feb. 27 in Knoxville, Tennessee, following a long illness. Arrangements for a celebration of life will be announced soon.
 

The following announcements from H-Net will be of interest to some Jhistorians

 

The following announcements from H-Net will be of interest to some Jhistorians.

 

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# Category: Call for Papers

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    Title: Extended deadline CFP: Ill See You Again in 25 Years: The

       Return of Twin Peaks and Generations of Cult TV

    Date: 2015-02-13

    Description: Final Call for Papers Deadline extension: Friday 13

       February 2014 Ill See You Again in 25 Years: The Return of Twin

ANNOUNCEMENTS FROM H-NET THAT MAY BE OF INTEREST TO SOME JHISTORIANS

ANNOUNCEMENTS FROM H-NET THAT MAY BE OF INTEREST TO SOME JHISTORIANS

 

 

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# Category: Call for Papers

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    Title: Muslims, Democracy and the Media: Challenges and Prospects.

    Date: 2015-02-10

    Description: Concept note: While multiculturalism has contributed

       to a unique Indian experience that makes India a tapestry of

       harmony this experience has not been without its challenges.

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