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Powerful Reflections on PTSD from TedX Cannes

photo credit: recoveryranch.com

Worth watching to hear from a deeply thoughtful journalist about his near-death experience in Iraq and subsequent investigations into PTSD.

The relatively muted outcry about what’s going on in Syria is perhaps explained by the dulling of global sensibilities to drama and death in the Middle East.  407 more words

Middle East

Dabblers at War: The Race for Paris

Review: The Race for Paris, by Meg Waite Clayton
Harper, 2015. 311 pp. $26

Jane Tyler, a fledgling reporter from a Nashville paper, and Olivia (Liv) Harper, a young photographer from New York, are covering the American army following the D-Day landings in Normandy. 981 more words

Reviews And Columns

Reporting the Desert War

Reporting the Desert War

Richard Knott


For the war correspondents of World War 2, life was uncomfortable, exhausting, and frequently mobile.  Alan Moorehead of the… 426 more words

Alan Moorehead

Greste, Page, Ware and Wockner – a century of journalism on the frontline

It was an ambitious undertaking to cram more than 100 years of experience of war correspondence into the ceremonial Banco Court at Brisbane’s Supreme Court building for an hour-long discussion of armed conflict and the media. 1,523 more words

Adventures Of A Girl Reporter

Censorship In Journalism

Journalism comes in many forms but has the same aim: to bring attention to the stories and issues in society. Censorship impacts on storytelling. I talked to four aspiring journalists about how their chosen field could be impacted by this suppression of information. 560 more words


CATS Presentation

I’ve worked with Prezi during my Creative Futures assignment, so I thought that it would be good to use those skills in my CATS presentation. 75 more words