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Jhistory Panel: “Whose Facts Matter? Fake News and Contested Reality Over Time.” Jhistory Panel, AEJMC, Chicago

Just in case you're attending the AEJMC in Chicago, the 23rd annual Jhistory panel at the AEJMC will be at 1:30 p.m. Details below:

Teaching  Panel Session: Whose Facts Matter?  Fake News and Contestede Reality Over Time
Sponsor: Jhistory

David T. Z. Mindich, Temple (moderator)

Mitchell Stephens, New York
John Coward, Tulsa
Caitlin Cieslik-Miskimen, Wisconsin-Madison
Kim Pearson, College of New Jersey

1:30 p.m., August 10, in the Los Angeles room in the Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile

Andrew Pettegree
Jon Marshall

Marshall on Pettegree, 'The Invention of News: How the World Came to Know about Itself'

Andrew Pettegree. The Invention of News: How the World Came to Know about Itself. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2014. 445 pp. $35.00 (cloth), ISBN 978-0-300-17908-8.

Reviewed by Jon Marshall (Northwestern University)
Published on Jhistory (August, 2017)
Commissioned by Robert A. Rabe