Copeland, Makemson
active at AJHA conference


Associate Professor David Copeland and Assistant Professor Harlen Makemson made research presentations at the American Journalism Historians Association Convention Oct. 21-23 in Cleveland, Ohio.

Copeland presented a paper titled "What's In a Name? The Significance of Pseudonyms in Eighteenth-Century Newspaper Letters and Essays" as part of a panel titled "Questions of Authorial Identity in Early American 'Chat Rooms.'" He also moderated and presented in a session titled "New Perspectives on the Early American Press." This session looked at new discoveries and interpretations of the Press before 1850.

Makemson presented his research paper "Eve of Destruction, Sins of Omission: How Political Cartoonists Framed Anti-War Protests at the 1968 Democratic Convention."



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