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University of Wisconsin–Madison

Ethics lecture draws hundreds

Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Anthony Shadid spoke to an overflow crowd at UW-Madison on Dec. 2 for the center’s inaugural ethics lecture. Shadid, a New York Times correspondent in Baghdad and UW alumnus, spoke with passion and candor about “The Truths We Tell: Reporting on Faith, War and the Fate of Iraq.”

Shadid’s lecture, the centerpiece of a two-day visit to campus, was organized by the Center for Journalism Ethics and the Lubar Institute for the Study of Abrahamic Religions. Many local journalists covered the event, including UW-Madison journalism students from Prof. Stephen Vaughn’s reporting course.  The center is pleased to feature stories from students Lindsey Cohen, Jack Doyle, and Frank Otto.

Five Questions with Anthony Shadid

Watch the full lecture, courtesy of Wisconsin Public Television

Download a .pdf of the lecture as part of our new publication series, Media Ethics on the Digital Frontier

Listen to Anthony Shadid on WPR’s “Here on Earth” with Jean Feraca

Read more coverage of the ethics lecture:

Journalist Speaks of Iraq’s Agony, Dec. 2, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Shadid talks with UW-Madison students on Iraq, Dec. 3, Isthmus

Pulitzer Prize winner tells of Iraq War’s unintended effects, Dec. 3, Daily Cardinal

Journalist discusses war-torn Iraq work, Dec. 2, Badger Herald

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