The Long Shadow of 9/11: How the 2001 attacks transformed international news coverage
Razia Iqbal, Journalism; with Miguel Centeno, Sociology
Thu, 3/31 · 12:00 pm—1:15 pm · 16 Joseph Henry House
Program in Journalism
Razia Iqbal, a visiting Ferris Professor of Journalism in the Program in Journalism, is an anchor of Newshour on the BBC World Service, the current affairs program with 12.5 million listeners in the U.S. and millions more elsewhere. For the last three decades she has reported from around the world, including as a special correspondent for BBC TV. She has also presented interview series and documentaries for both radio and TV. Discussant Miguel Centeno is Musgrave Professor of Sociology, Professor of Sociology and Princeton School of Public and International Affairs, and vice dean of the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs.
The Humanities Council’s Program in Journalism invites faculty, graduate students and staff to participate in the next in our series of events where distinguished visiting journalists discuss their work and pressing issues of the day with faculty from a variety of disciplines. These lunchtime talks offer intimate looks inside the work of colleagues and an opportunity for dialogue across specialties.
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