Library resource American Indian Newspapers: nearly 200 years of Native American journalism

From the earliest existing issue of the Cherokee Phoenix (1828) to present-day news about education, environmentalism, land rights, and cultural representation, researchers now have access to nearly 200 years of print journalism by and for Indigenous peoples of the United … Continue reading

Public Lecture: The Fate of Journalism in the New Media Era

On Thursday, December 3, Jill Abramson of The New York Times and Franklin Foer of The New Republic will discuss “The Fate of Journalism in the New Media Era.” The lecture is free and open to the public. This event is co-sponsored by … Continue reading