JRN 459 (SA)

Reporting After War: Post-Conflict Nation Building in Bosnia

Kira Kay

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This seminar will examine reporting after war with a focus on post-conflict nation building in Bosnia. After conflict ends, most countries face a challenging period of physical, political, and societal reconstruction; it takes skilled journalists to cover these efforts deeply and intelligently on behalf of local citizens and global policymakers. Using Bosnia as a case study with in-field reporting over fall break, students in this course will explore broad themes of post-conflict reporting while developing journalistic skills to collect engaging material and craft impactful narratives.

The application for rising seniors, juniors, and sophomores to enroll in this course, which is limited to 12 students, is now closed.

Students may email Margo Bresnen, Journalism Program Manager, at mbresnen@princeton.edu with any questions.

View this course on the Registrar’s website.

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