Copeland produces chapter for Cambridge Press text
David Copeland has contributed a chapter to a recent book from Cambridge
University Press, Cambridge, England. The book is titled "Press, Politics and the
Public Sphere in Europe and North America, 1760-1820." Copeland's chapter is
"America, 1750-1820." Other chapters in the book cover the Netherlands, Germany,
England, Ireland, France, Italy and Russia. The Web page for the book is
The text is about the role newspapers played in the print and political
cultures of the times and how they informed and documented the social and
political upheavals of the 18th and 19th centuries. It examines the relationship
between newspapers and public opinion as the press attempted to define its place
in the emergence of a "public sphere."
Beaver awarded Times-News scholarship
Katie Beaver, an Elon School of Communications Fellow, has been awarded
a $4,600 scholarship from the Burlington Times-News, a subsidiary of
She is the managing editor of Elon's student newspaper, The Pendulum, and has worked
in internship positions at The Salisbury Post, The Alamance News, The High Point Enterprise
and the Winston-Salem Journal.
Hatcher's essay in News & Record
An article by Anthony Hatcher, a new associate professor in the School of Communications,
was published on the Op/Ed page of the Greensboro News & Record Aug. 11. The column, headlined "If this
were a better world...," outlined Hatcher's views on a variety of topics, including education, frivolous
lawsuits and North Carolina politics.