CFP: LEXINGTON STUDIES IN COMMUNICATION AND STORYTELLING, EDITED BY KATHLEEN M. RYAN AND DEBORAH A. MACEY
This series engages scholarship in mediated storytelling: be it the traditional book or television program, the performed oral narrative, or the emerging media platform. Interdisciplinary in scope, this series looks at the myriad theoretical and practical approaches to the story, broadly defined. From the audience member-turned creator to new narrative, this series explores what storytelling means in the twenty-first century. We are looking for book proposals for this series.
We are looking for book proposals to be published in 2018 and 2019. Edited collections as well as books by single author(s) are welcomed.
The latest version of Static is out! Articles include how journalism educators are handling the Trump presidency and fake news. Also, see a preliminary rundown of PF&R and teaching panels sponsored by the Electronic News Division for AEJMC 17 in Chicago.
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Nominations are due Feb. 1, 2017, for AEJMC’s Larry Burkum Service Award from the Electronic News Division. This award recognizes an electronic journalist or journalism educator who has demonstrated extraordinary service to journalism and to journalism education.
Nominations are due Feb. 15, 2017, for AEJMC’s Edward L. Bliss Award for Distinguished Broadcast Journalism Education.
The award is presented annually by AEJMC’s Electronic News Division and recognizes an electronic journalism educator who has made significant and lasting contributions to the field. Continue reading