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Author: 
Kevin G. Barnhurst
Reviewer: 
Philip Glende

Glende on Barnhurst, 'Mister Pulitzer and the Spider: Modern News from Realism to the Digital'


Kevin G. Barnhurst. Mister Pulitzer and the Spider: Modern News from Realism to the Digital. History of Communication Series. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2016. 320 pp. $34.95 (cloth), ISBN 978-0-252-09840-6.

Reviewed by Philip Glende (Indiana State University)
Published on Jhistory (March, 2017)
Commissioned by Robert A. Rabe

Author: 
John M. Coward
Reviewer: 
Shalon Van Tine

Van Tine on Coward, 'Indians Illustrated: The Image of Native Americans in the Pictorial Press'


John M. Coward. Indians Illustrated: The Image of Native Americans in the Pictorial Press. History of Communication Series. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2016. Illustrations. 240 pp. $29.95 (paper), ISBN 978-0-252-08171-2; $95.00 (cloth), ISBN 978-0-252-04026-9.

The following announcements from H-Net may be of interest to some Jhistory list members

The following announcements from H-Net may be of interest to some Jhistory list members

The Digital Black Atlantic [announcement]

by Kelly Josephs

CFP: The Digital Black Atlantic anthology

Roopika Risam and Kelly Baker Josephs, Editors

Deadline for 500-Word Abstracts: April 1, 2017

Part of the Debates in the Digital Humanities Series
A book series from the University of Minnesota Press
Matthew K. Gold and Lauren F. Klein, Series Editors

The following announcements from H-Net may be of interest to some Jhistory list members

The following announcements from H-Net may be of interest to some Jhistory list members

 

The Filmmaking Research Network (FRN) [announcement]

by Joanna Callaghan

 

The Filmmaking Research Network (FRN) is an AHRC funded network established to develop understanding and consolidate the field of filmmaking research by sharing best practice internationally and developing resources.

Re: Watson on Robertson, 'Media and Politics in a Globalizing World'

Did the author, by any chance, considering topicality, consider propaganda, especially since this has always played a role in news and publishing; sifting facts and fictions, especially in political content ?
Not having read the volume further discussed of this subject would be most welcome

Wyatt Reader MA
Whittier College/[Sports Ed. 1960]/ UCLA
California Community Colleges/private---Life[Instructor/Supervisor]
Adult Education[Counselor-Consultant]

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