Satire in Journalism
The panelists at the annual George Polk Seminar, “Dangerous Lines: Cartoonists and Other Subversives,” were cartoonists Garry Trudeau and Jules Feiffer, and writer Django Gold.
Panelists talked about the role of satire in challenging the status quo, inciting discussion, and provoking change, as well as the terrorist attack at… read more
Panelists talked about the role of satire in challenging the status quo, inciting discussion, and provoking change, as well as the terrorist attack at the office of French magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris.
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Molly Crabapple Author, Illustrator, and Columnist
Ralph Engelman Chair Long Island University->Journalism Department
- Long Island University, BrooklynLong Island University, Brooklyn
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