On April 16, James Bennet will deliver a lecture for the Buckley Institute on Why Journalism is Falling Apart and Taking Liberalism With It.

Why Journalism is Falling Apart and Taking Liberalism With It with James Bennet

On Tuesday, April 16, former New York Times editor James Bennet to discuss Why Journalism is Falling Apart and Taking Liberalism With It.

Date & Time
April 16, 2024, 4:30 pm
Location
LC 101
63 High Street
New Haven, CT
Details
On Tuesday, April 16, at 4:30pm in Linsly-Chittenden Hall Room 101 (63 High St, New Haven, CT), the Buckley Institute is pleased to welcome former New York Times editor James Bennet to discuss Why Journalism is Falling Apart and Taking Liberalism With It.

This event is free and open to the public.

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James Bennet is The Economist‘s Lexington columnist and a senior editor. Previously he served for a year as a visiting senior editor at The Economist. He has also served as editorial page editor of The New York Times and editor-in-chief of The Atlantic. Before joining The Atlantic, he worked as a reporter at The Times in various roles, including Jerusalem bureau chief, magazine correspondent, White House correspondent and Detroit bureau chief.

James Bennet resigned from The New York Times editorial page staff following the publication of Senator Tom Cotton's opinion piece calling for the use of military force to end the Black Lives Matter riots during the summer of 2020. He has outlined some of his thoughts and reflections on that experience in a long essay for The Economist.

 

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