We are pleased to announce publication of the newest issue of the online journal Historiography in Mass Communication.
You can access the issue at http://jmc-history.com. You may either read it online or download a pdf. It does not require a subscription — it is free!
Here’s list of the contents:
From the Editor: “The Enthrallment of Theory”
Elisabeth Fondren, “Propaganda and Military-Press Records as Sources for Journalism History”
Roundtable, “American Women in Journalism” — Mark Bernhardt, Kathleen Cairns, Carolyn Kitch, and Julie Williams
Historian Interview: Pamela Walck
Book Award Interview: Matthew Ehrlich, Radio Utopia: Postwar Audio Documentary in the Public Interest
How Media History Matters: James D. Startt, “The Media and Political Culture“
News & Notes
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Editor, Historiography in Mass Communication
Professor Emeritus, University of Alabama