Continuing Education

Discussions with academics and scholars concerning narrative reporting in the classroom and the state of media programs in colleges and universities around the world; syllabi, reading lists, and coursework to continue your own education; and coverage of other trends and topics in the study of journalism.

The Belgian writer on why he doesn't use the term "literary journalism," Tom Wolfe and Hunter S. Thompson, and the demise of the local press.
The Academy Award-winning reporter on leaving a tenured professorship to get into journalism and why it's important to always be hyper-conscious of who…
A close look at the literary journalist's 2008 book, "The Wind of Others."
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Immersing in low-wage labor brings to mind George Orwell's "Down and Out in Paris and London," yet there is a history of literary journalists that pred…
The Gulbenkian fellowship recipient on literary journalism in Portugal and the differences between reporting for newspapers and reporting for book-leng…
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Teaching Nobel Laureate Svetlana Alexievich's techniques as an alternative to some of the ego-driven pitfalls of literary journalism.
The Pulitzer Prize and National Book Critics Circle award winners on teaching literary reportage in universities, setting up journalism programs, and t…
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