Teaching Our Journal

Current Issue

Filtering History: Photojournalists’ Access to U.S. Presidents, 1977-2009
Volume 34, No. 3, 2017
By Erin K. Coyle & Nicole Smith Dahmen

Past Issues

Glamour-izing Military Service: Army Recruitment for Women in Vietnam-Era Advertisements
by Jessica Ghilani, University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg
Volume 34, No. 2, 2017

Framing Mexicans in Great Depression Editorials: Alien Riff-Raff to Heroes
by Melita M. Garza, Texas Christian University
Volume 34, Number 1, 2017

Using Allegations of Media Bias During the Civil Rights Movement to Better Understand Those Found Today
by David Wallace, University of South Carolina Upstate
Volume 33, Number 4, 2016

More Than “Rations, Passions and Fashions”:
Re-Examining the Women’s Pages Post-World War II to 1970s in the Milwaukee Journal
by Kimberly Voss and Lance Speere
Volume 33, Number 3, 2016

“Boys Are Running off to the Wars by Scores”: Promoting Masculinity and Conquest in the Coverage of the Mexican-American War
by Mark A. Bernhardt
Volume 33, Number 2, 2016

A Nation-wide Chain within 60 Days”: Radio Network Failure in Early American Broadcasting by Michael J. Socolow
Volume 33, Number 1, 2016

“In the Spirit of ’76 Venceremos!”:
Nationalizing and Transnationalizing Self-Defense on Radio Free Dixie
by Cristina Mislan
Volume 32, Number 4, 2015

Edward Bernays’s 1929 “Torches of Freedom” March: Myths and Historical Significance by Vanessa Murphree
Volume 32, Issue 3, 2015

Trouble with the Statistical Curve:  Walter Lippmann’s Blending of History and Social Science during Franklin Roosevelt’s First Term by Ronald Seyb 
Volume 32, Issue 2, 2015

“We Needed a Booker T. Washington…and Certainly a Jack Johnson”: The Black Press, Johnson, and Issues of Representation, 1909-1915 by Carrie Teresa
Volume 32, Issue 1, 2015

“New Views of Investigative Reporting in the Twentieth Century” by Gerry Lanosga
Volume 31, Issue 4, 2014

“Everything Old Is New Again: How the ‘New’ User-Generated Women’s Magazine Takes Us Back to the Future” by Amy Aronson
Volume 31, Issue 3, 2014

“Partisanship in the Antislavery Press during the 1844 Run of an Abolition Candidate for President” by Erika Pribanic-Smith
Volume 31, Issue 2, 2014

The Princess and the Squaw: The Construction of Native American Women in the Pictorial Press by John M. Coward
Volume 31, Issue 1, 2014

Explaining the Origins of the Advertising Agency by Tim P. Vos
Volume 30, Issue 4, 2013

Breaking Bread, Not Bones: Printers’ Festivals and Professionalism in Antebellum America by Frank Fee
Volume 30, Issue 3, 2013

A Path Made of Words: The Journalistic Construction of the Appalachian Trail by James Kates
Volume 30, Issue 1, 2013