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The Oxford Handbook of Religion and the American News Media

The Knight Chair in Media and Religion at USC’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism is pleased to announce the publication of the Oxford Handbook of Religion and the American News Media, edited by Diane Winston, in August 2012. Once … Continue reading

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Do You Have Faith in the Media?

by Diane Winston and John Green A visiting Martian might be forgiven for thinking that Americans care more about the religion of prospective presidential candidates than they do about the economy, the environment, health care, or even space travel. And, … Continue reading

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Knight Luce Fellowship for Reporting on Global Religion

The Knight Luce Fellowship program offers stipends for journalists to travel throughout the world to report and write stories that contextualize these developments for an American audience. These projects demonstrate the enduring power of religion and spirituality to motivate radical … Continue reading

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Tibet’s Sacrifice: Exiled Lives

“Tibet’s Sacrifice: Exiled Lives” by Dan Carino is a multimedia piece of comics journalism examining Tibetan activists living in India and their willingness to die for their cause through self-immolation. Self-immolation among Tibetan activists has been on the rise over … Continue reading

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