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Nazila Fathi
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Nazila Fathi

Nazila Fathi, former Tehran correspondent for the New York Times for nearly two decades before she was forced to flee Iran in 2009, speaks in Science Center A on Thursday night.

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Mansoor al-Jamri, founder and editor-in-chief of Bahrain's only independent newspaper, discusses the government crackdown on protesters in Bahrain last spring.

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IOP Fellow Christina Bellantoni Discusses Twitter's Merits

Christina Bellantoni, a political reporter for the Washington newspaper “Roll Call,” discussed the merits and potential pitfalls of using Twitter in politics on Monday evening at the Institute of Politics.

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Mansoor al-Jamri, founder and editor-in-chief of Bahrain's only independent newspaper, discusses the government crackdown on protesters in Bahrain last spring.

Writing Narrative Journalism
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Writer Gay Talese Defends 'New Journalism'

Esteemed writer Gay Talese—considered one of the fathers of the “new journalism” style in the 1960s—spoke to a crowd of fans and writers about narrative journalism in Boylston Hall on Friday.

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Writing Narrative Journalism

Literary icon Gay Talese, left, and Chris Jones, right, writer-at-large for Esquire magazine, lead a discussion on writing narrative journalism Friday in the Fong Auditorium.

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Jill Abramson Takes Top Post at New York Times

Today, a Harvard alumna takes over from Bill Keller as the executive editor of the nation’s arguably most prestigious daily newspaper.

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