Keeble, Richard and Tulloch, John (2012) Global literary journalism: exploring the journalistic imagination. Peter Lang, New York. ISBN 9781433118678
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Global Literary Journalism: Exploring the Journalistic Imagination (Peter Lang, of New York) brings together the writings of 22 academics focusing on literary journalism in a wide range of countries and regions including Canada, Finland, India, Ireland, Poland, Sweden, Latin America, the UK, the United States and the Middle East.
The University of Lincoln is well represented: Jane Chapman, Professor of Communications, focuses on the journalism of Arundhati Roy, Rupert Hildyard, Principal Lecturer in English, writes on John Lanchester, Nick Nuttall examines the gonzo writings of Hunter S. Thompson, PhD student Florian Zollmann delves into the John Pilger archives, while another PhD student, Anna Hoyles, explores the early journalism of Moa Martinson.
Rod Whiting looks critically at Ernest Hemingway’s career as a journalist – while John Tulloch’s chapter on Gordon Burn is titled ‘Journalism as a Novel: The Novel as Journalism’ and Richard Keeble writes on the war reporting of the Independent’s award-winning Robert Fisk.
The final chapter, by Susan Greenberg, of Roehampton University, and titled ‘Slow Journalism in the Digital Fast Lane’ examines literary journalism in the age of the internet.
|Item Type:||Book or Monograph|
|Keywords:||bmjlink, Journalism, literary journalism|
|Subjects:||P Mass Communications and Documentation > P500 Journalism|
|Divisions:||College of Arts > Lincoln School of Journalism|
|Deposited By:||Bev Jones|
|Deposited On:||09 May 2012 10:55|
|Last Modified:||24 Nov 2014 17:35|
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