Vol. 23

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Vol. 23, Issue 1, Winter 2006

The (Oregon) Advocate: Boosting the Race and Portland, Too
By Kimberley Mangun

Everyman His Own Historian—Not! A Defense of Our Profession—And a Plea for its Future
By Michael S. Sweeney

Island Empire: Discourse on U.S.

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By James Landers

Menopause: Milestone or Misery? A Look at Media Messages to Our Mothers and Grandmothers
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a Personal Style: Janet Flanner’s Literary Journalism
By Ann Thorne

In a Heartbeat
By Jim Martin


Vol. 23, Issue 2, Spring 2006

A Sports Journalism Bibliography
By Dave Kaszuba

From the Negro News Page to the Sports Page: Mary Garber’s Influence on the Newspapers of Winston-Salem, N.C.
By Lynn Klyde-Silverstein

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By Brian Carroll

Bringing Women to the Sports Pages: Margaret Goss and the 1920s
By Dave Kaszuba

“Sports Illustrated”’s African American Athlete Series as Socially Responsible Journalism
By Reed Smith


Vol. 23, Issue 3, Summer 2006

These Working Wives: Representation of the “Two-Job” Woman Between the World Wars
By Jane Marcellus

C. F. Richardson and the Houston Informer’s Fight for Racial Equality in the 1920s
By Mary M. Cronin

In Their Own Backyard: Local Press Coverage of the Chaney, Goodman, and Schwerner Murders
By Laura Richardson Walton

Harvey O’Higgins and “The Daily German Lie”
By Michael S. Sweeney

“A Dozen Best”: Top Books on Black Newspaper History
By Patrick S. Washburn


Vol. 23, Issue 4, Fall 2006

Images of Brutality: The Portrayal of U.S. Racial Violence in News Photographs Published Overseas (1957-1963)
By Carol B. Schwalbe

Libel, Freedom of the Press, and the “New Yorker”
By Kathy Roberts Forde

A Pathfinding Radio Documentary Series: Norman Corwin’s “One World Flight”
By Matthew C. Ehrlich

Glittering Dust, Dormant Treasure: Press, Public Memory and Georgia’s “Forgotten” Gold Rush
By Janice Hume & Noah Arceneaux

“A Dozen Best”: Top Books on the History of Media and Religion
By John P. Ferré