Book reviews of interest to Jhistorians

The following are excerpted from H-Net reviews:


Reviewed for H-War by Bradley Cesario

   Fulwider, Chad R..  German Propaganda and U.S. Neutrality in

   World War I.  Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 2016.  288

   pp.  $60.00, ISBN 978-0-8262-2058-5.



Reviewed for H-Caribbean by Susan Harewood

   Rivero, Yeidy M..  Broadcasting Modernity: Cuban Commercial

News and notes from elsewhere: Journalists and World War I; journalism history and digital archives; and 1968

The following announcements, culled from other H-Net lists as well as ICA's Communication History Discussion listserv, will interest JHistory subscribers. Please scroll down for information on a book review that touches on journalists in World War I, a call for papers for a special journal issue devoted to digital archives, and a call for conference papers for a 50-year retrospective on the turbulence of 1968.


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


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