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Armistice Day Week - Panel Discussion: “Lessons Learned? Media and the Great War a Century Later”

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Presented by American Festival Chorus and Orchestra at Utah State University - Merrill Cazier Library, Logan UT

Nov 01 2018
Armistice Day Week - Panel Discussion: “Lessons Learned? Media and the Great War a Century Later”

Thomas Terry, Professor, USU Department of Journalism & Communication, Matthew LaPlante, Associate Professor, USU Department of Journalism & Communication, Debra Jenson, Assistant Professor, USU Department of Journalism & Communication, Ellada Gamreklidze, Postdoc, USU Department of Journalism & Communication, Andrew Kramer, Correspondent, The New York Times

Merrill-Cazier Library, Room 101
10:30AM

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3000 Old Main Hill, Logan, UT 84322

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