HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN PRESS
If a nation expects to be ignorant and free, in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never will
- Thomas Jefferson
IDA. B. WELLS- Journalist and Reformer who documented that the south won the civil war.
Ernest Miller Hemingway, acclaimed American novelist, journalist, and Nobel Prize
winner, died in the early hours of Sunday, July 2nd, 1961 under suspicious circumstances at his
home in Ketchum, Idaho. He was 61.
Magazines born out of the jazz age. 2 kinds of magazines: a kind that came out of the pockets of
the rich, and then the New Yorker.
New Yorker took high culture and put it around popular culture.
Tarbell belongs to the muckraker generation of
Made a business out of lynching by taking pictures of lynched people as souvenirs of the town.
Most lynchings under Jim Crow were accusations of rape against white women.
Industrial Revolution yielded a lot of immigrants and le
November 6th, 2014
Helen Thomas, the First Lady of the Press, Died at 92
Helen Thomas, one of the first members of White House Correspondents Association,
had been known of her sharp questioning of the 10 Presidents she cover
In fact, from 2000 when the News World Communications acquired the UPI, Ms. Thomas
resigned from the UPI and became an opinion columnist for the Hearst Newspapers.
During Bushs first term, Ms. Thomas stated him as the worst president in American
April 24 2014
Helen Thomas, the First Lady of the Press, Dies at 92
Helen Thomas, who was one of the oldest member of the White House Correspondents
Association, since 1961 she started challenged 10 presidents with her sharp q
What does M, M, M, stand for?
Marx, McLuhan (the Gutenberg galaxy) and McGee
was the title of the first multi-page newspaper published in the Americas.
Public Occurrences was edited by Benjamin Harris, who had previously
Seditious Libel- a falsified statement that is publish in print
Paradigm Shift- change from one form or function to another
CNN effect- how we act in post-cold war world in Somalia, and other places. Showing of
specific images, specifically children to ha
Stony Brook University
School of Journalism
JRN 108: The History and
Future of the American Press
W4540 Melville Library
Tuesday/Thursday 1 PM to 2:20 PM
Instructor: Jonathan Sanders
Organizational Assistant: Jill Ryan [email protected]
MEC203: Engineering Graphics and CAD
Lecture HW #2
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1. Supply any missing lines to complete the given full scale isometric pictorial. The grid spacing is 0-25 "-
[10pts] 1 2- SUpply any missing lines to complete the given
The Federalist Era in American history ran from roughly 1789-1801, a time when the Federalist
Party was dominant in American politics. This period saw the adoption of the United States
Constitution, the expansion of the federal government, and its move to
Margaret Bourke-White, a photojournalist
for FORTUNE and LIFE magazines Dies at
age 67 after 20 years of Parkinsons
disease died in Connecticut in August
camps and the floods. Interviewing Gandhi just hours before
his assassination and she even trick
In History of the American Press, we learn about the development of photography
sedimentary accumulation, knowledge, techniques, innovation leading to paradigmatic
breakthroughs in early 20th century. Joseph Nicephore Niepce credited as the inventor of
1. Joseph Nicephore Niepce
Combined the camera obscura with photosensitive paper.
A print from the oldest photographic negative e in existence.
Talbot patents his process under the name calotype.
4. Camera obscuras used t
Nicolas CopernicusCharles Darwin- Man evolved from animals
Thomas Goons- AN idea of normal science excepted science, shared general agreed principles. Little by
little individuals invent something and that serious of challenges accumulates and accumulates