INCA 283 History of Aboriginal Media in Canada

Indian Communication Arts (INCA)

Nahlah Ayed – Minifie Lecture March 12

We’ve got one, at last! Here it is: “A beginning, a middle and an end: Canadian foreign reportage examined”

Posters, ads and invitation-mailers will be going out soon. However, since the time is drawing near (March 12), this is a flagship annual event for the U as well as Arts and the School, and she’s traveling half way around the world for this, any help relaying the news would be much appreciated!

Thanks.

More info: http://www.uregina.ca/arts/journalism/minifie/index.html

Cheers,

m

Mitch Diamantopoulos, PhD.

Associate Professor & Department Head,

School of Journalism,

University of Regina,

The School of Journalism at the University of Regina is pleased to invite you to the 34th Annual Minifie Lecture, 7.30 pm, March 12 at the Education Auditorium. Mark your calendars!

This year’s guest is the Nahlah Ayed, a veteran CBC foreign correspondent currently based in London.

Watch Nahlah Ayed interview on Strombo

Nahlah Ayed 2012 02

For the better part of a decade, she lived in and covered the Middle East for CBC television, radio and online. From Riyadh to Tehran, Beirut to Baghdad, Ayed traveled the region extensively, reporting from many conflicts and interviewing key leaders. She also covered the Arab uprisings from the start. Ayed is also the author of A Thousand Farewells: A Reporter’s Journey from Refugee Camp to the Arab Spring.

Watch for more details coming soon….

Mitch Diamantopoulos, PhD.

Associate Professor & Department Head,

School of Journalism,

University of Regina,

Ad Hum Building, Room 105.24,

Regina, SK., CANADA

S4S 0A2

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