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KPCC-FM publishes piece by USC Annenberg Knight Program student

KPCC-FM featured a story written by Katherine Davis, a student in the USC Annenberg Knight Program on Media and Religion. Davis’ article, “Religion and Culture: Mixed-faith Hindu weddings are on the rise,” explores the increased prevalence of marriage between Hindus … Continue reading

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Diane Winston on Pope Francis, women in the church

Knight Chair in Media and Religion Diane Winston wrote an op-ed for the LA Times concerning the absence of church gender equality discussions in the thus-far progressive tenure of Pope Francis. Noting the pope’s open-minded stance on homosexuality, Winston said that women … Continue reading

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Journalist Jason Berry discusses the Catholic Church and the media at USC Annenberg event

By Alex Reed Student Writer On Feb. 21, USC Annenberg welcomed journalist Jason Berry for a lunchtime discussion on “The Catholic Church and the Media: Story at a Crossroads.” Berry is an award-winning investigative reporter and  author of several books … Continue reading

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KPCC runs a series of articles by USC Annenberg students on religion, politics and culture

By Alex Reed Student Writer KPCC recently ran several articles by USC Annenberg students as part of a series of reports through the USC Annenberg Knight Program in Media and Religion. The participating students are all from a class taught … Continue reading

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New website showcases work of Knight Grants for Reporting on Religion and American Life fellows

The Knight Program in Media and Religion supports innovative programs and projects at the intersection of religion, media and society. Ten journalists were awarded Knight Grants for Reporting on Religion and American Life in August 2011, and over the past … Continue reading

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USC Annenberg announces recipients of Knight Grants for Reporting on Religion and American Public Life

USC Annenberg announced today the recipients of the 2012 Knight Grants for Reporting on Religion and American Public Life. Among many outstanding applications, six projects were chosen to receive grants between $5,000 and $20,000. “We’re excited to support probing  journalism … Continue reading

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Welcome to the 2012-2013 academic year!

Dean Ernest J. Wilson III and USC Annenberg faculty and staff members welcome new and returning students to the 2012-2013 academic year. “It’s going to be a pleasure to work with you over the next coming years,” Dean Wilson told … Continue reading

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Grad student Carino presents “Tibet’s Sacrifice” at Comic-Con

USC Annenberg graduate student Dan Carino promoted his journalism comic “Tibet’s Sacrifice: Exiled Lives” at Comic-Con 2012, a convention celebrating all things comic book, in San Diego. “As a panelist, it was an amazing experience to share the floor with a … Continue reading

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USC Annenberg announces Knight Grants for Reporting on Religion and American Public Life

USC Annenberg announced this week that applications are now being accepted for Knight Grants for Reporting on Religion and American Public Life. The competition, sponsored by the Knight Program in Media and Religion, provides funding for projects that explore how … Continue reading

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Update from class trip to India

By Laura J. Nelson Student writer Reporting from New Delhi — Hello from India! We’re at the end of day three in a whirlwind 10-day tour of India with Journalism 585, Reporting on Religion. Over spring break, eight graduate students, … Continue reading

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