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04/22/2022

Wondering how you should talk to your children and students about climate change this #EarthDay?

Katie Worth, author of MISEDUCATION, has gathered a list of reliable resources on the subject to help you get started.

🌏 Check out Katie's list--> bit.ly/3xNw1Rg

📢 THE INFODEMIC: An Assault on Truth in the Time of COVID-19Join us online Tuesday, April 26 at 6pm ET for a conversatio...
04/20/2022

📢 THE INFODEMIC: An Assault on Truth in the Time of COVID-19

Join us online Tuesday, April 26 at 6pm ET for a conversation about censorship and the pandemic.

Featuring coauthors Joel Simon & Robert Mahoney, along with Wafaa El-Sadr, founder and director of ICAP , and Columbia Journalism School's Sheila Coronel. Moderated by CGR director Nick Lemann.

Register now! https://events.columbia.edu/go/infodemic

How has censorship turned a terrible disease into an assault on rights?Join us online Tuesday, April 27 at 6pm ET for a ...
04/16/2022

How has censorship turned a terrible disease into an assault on rights?

Join us online Tuesday, April 27 at 6pm ET for a conversation about the assault on truth in the time of Covid, and how we can restore trust in our democratic institutions.

Featuring THE INFODEMIC coauthors Joel Simon & Robert Mahoney, along with Wafaa El-Sadr, founder and director of ICAP and Columbia Journalism School's Sheila Coronel. Moderated by CGR director Nick Lemann.

📢 Register here--> events.columbia.edu/go/infodemic

✨ THE SUBPLOT, by journalist Megan Walsh, is Briefly Noted in the 4/18 issue of The New Yorker!Check it out--> bit.ly/3u...
04/15/2022

✨ THE SUBPLOT, by journalist Megan Walsh, is Briefly Noted in the 4/18 issue of The New Yorker!
Check it out--> bit.ly/3uKWteB

Ready for more THE SUBPLOT? Get your copy now! globalreports.columbia.edu/books/the-subplot

"Miseducation documents many cracks in American climate education while offering educators models for improving their en...
04/13/2022
Climate Change in the Classroom

"Miseducation documents many cracks in American climate education while offering educators models for improving their engagement with students & communities."

The College Board's The Elective on MISEDUCATION by journalist Katie Worth (on sale now! http://bit.ly/3xNw1Rg)
https://elective.collegeboard.org/climate-change-classroom

In her new book, Miseducation, journalist Katie Worth investigates the challenges, conflicts, and opportunities of impacting how students learn about the environment

💸  Just arrived!Early copies of THE FED UNBOUND: Central Banking in a Time of CrisisBy legal scholar and former Treasury...
04/13/2022

💸 Just arrived!

Early copies of THE FED UNBOUND: Central Banking in a Time of Crisis
By legal scholar and former Treasury official Lev Menand

on sale 5/10 -- available for preorder now! globalreports.columbia.edu/books/the-fed-unbound

The Tow Center for Digital Journalism's Joel Simon looks at how helpful (or not) tech like WhatsApp is for journalists r...
03/24/2022
For journalists, Ukraine is a WhatsApp war

The Tow Center for Digital Journalism's Joel Simon looks at how helpful (or not) tech like WhatsApp is for journalists reporting in Ukraine for Columbia Journalism Review

And you can learn more about his forthcoming book, THE INFODEMIC, written with Robert Mahoney, here: globalreports.columbia.edu/books/the-infodemic
📢 📚

www.cjr.org/business_of_news/for-journalists-ukraine-is-a-whatsapp-war.php

Lindsey Hilsum, a correspondent for Britain’s Channel 4 News, is one of the most experienced conflict reporters covering the Ukraine war. But she never heads out without an electronic tracking device that allows editors to monitor her every move. She is in constant and nearly instantaneous contact...

An exciting delivery at the CGR office! Early copies of THE INFODEMIC: How Censorship and Lies Made the World Sicker and...
03/23/2022

An exciting delivery at the CGR office!

Early copies of THE INFODEMIC: How Censorship and Lies Made the World Sicker and Less Free
by Joel Simon and Robert Mahoney

📢 On sale 4/26, but available for preorder now!
globalreports.columbia.edu/books/the-infodemic

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03/23/2022

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"Russia's urban warfare strategy is brutally simple: Surround, pound, probe, and clear."Robert Mahoney , coauthor of THE...
03/22/2022
Veteran reporters in Ukraine reflect on Russian warfare strategy | Nieman Reports

"Russia's urban warfare strategy is brutally simple: Surround, pound, probe, and clear."

Robert Mahoney , coauthor of THE INFODEMIC (on sale 4/26) on journalist safety in Ukraine, for Nieman Reports

Learn more about THE INFODEMIC here --> globalreports.columbia.edu/books/the-infodemic

niemanreports.org/articles/reporters-ukraine-russia-war-strategy

Russia’s brutally simple Ukraine strategy poses new risks for journalists

Full of vivid characters and behind the scenes accounts, THE INFODEMIC shows how under the cover of a global pandemic, g...
03/18/2022

Full of vivid characters and behind the scenes accounts, THE INFODEMIC shows how under the cover of a global pandemic, governments have undermined freedom and taken control.

By journalists Joel Simon and Robert Mahoney

📢 Out next month. Learn more & preorder: globalreports.columbia.edu/books/the-infodemic

🚨  TODAY at 1pm ET 🚨Washington Post's Margaret Sullivan (author of GHOSTING THE NEWS) and Committee to Protect Journalis...
03/18/2022
What are the challenges for reporters in Ukraine and Russia? Send your questions.

🚨 TODAY at 1pm ET 🚨

Washington Post's Margaret Sullivan (author of GHOSTING THE NEWS) and Committee to Protect Journalists's Robert Mahoney (coauthor of the forthcoming THE INFODEMIC) will take your questions about the challenges for reporters in Ukraine and Russia.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/media/2022/03/17/cpj-journalists-covering-ukraine/

Margaret Sullivan, The Post’s media columnist, and Robert Mahoney, the director of the Committee to Protect Journalists, will answer your questions on Friday at 1 p.m. Eastern. Send in your questions.

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03/11/2022

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Never miss an update from Columbia Global Reports! 📚 Keep up with our books, events, and more with the CGR newsletter.Si...
02/26/2022

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"And so we wait, to see whether the Court will use a case about nothing to ensure that the Biden administration never do...
02/23/2022
The absurd Supreme Court case that could gut the EPA

"And so we wait, to see whether the Court will use a case about nothing to ensure that the Biden administration never does anything meaningful to fight climate change."

Ian Millhiser (author of THE AGENDA) on a SCOTUS case that could gut the EPA
vox.com/2022/2/23/22937517

Nothing is at stake in West Virginia v. EPA — yet somehow everything is at stake.

THE INFODEMIC exposes the mechanisms behind a modern brand of "censorship through noise," which opened the floodgates of...
02/23/2022

THE INFODEMIC exposes the mechanisms behind a modern brand of "censorship through noise," which opened the floodgates of misinformation as Covid spread around the world.

By the Tow Center for Digital Journalism's Joel Simon and the Committee to Protect Journalists' Robert Mahoney

📢 learn more --> globalreports.columbia.edu/books/the-infodemic

(🙌 Ronan Farrow)

Treat yourself to a tour of the Chinese literary scene with THE SUBPLOT: What China Is Reading and Why It Matters📚  Out ...
02/19/2022

Treat yourself to a tour of the Chinese literary scene with THE SUBPLOT: What China Is Reading and Why It Matters

📚 Out now!
globalreports.columbia.edu/books/the-subplot

Never miss an update from Columbia Global Reports! 📚 Keep up with our books, events, and more with the CGR newsletter.Si...
02/18/2022

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02/09/2022
Underreported with Nicholas Lemann

Episode two of our "Underreported" series on "The Subplot: What China Is Reading and Why It Really Matters" is out now!

Author Megan Walsh and journalist Rosie Blau join us for an eye-opening conversation about Chinese culture & literature.

🎧 bit.ly/underreported-podcast

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02/08/2022

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02/07/2022
Underreported with Nicholas Lemann

GOOD NEWS!
We have a new season of our podcast, "Underreported," all about journalist Megan Walsh's new book The Subplot, and EPISODE 1 IS OUT NOW!

In it, Nick Lemann sits down with China expert (and CGR author) Jeffrey Wasserstrom to have an open talk about censorship in China.

🎧 https://bit.ly/underreported-podcast

What does contemporary China’s diverse and exciting fiction tell us about its culture, and the relationship between art ...
02/05/2022

What does contemporary China’s diverse and exciting fiction tell us about its culture, and the relationship between art and politics?

Find out with THE SUBPLOT: What China Is Reading and Why It Matters

🌟 Out next week! 🌟
https://globalreports.columbia.edu/books/the-subplot/

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02/03/2022

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🔥  Last chance! 🔥 Today is the *last day* to get these $1.99. deals on Amazon Kindle! Margaret Sullivan's GHOSTING THE N...
01/31/2022

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01/22/2022

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✨ Coming next month! ✨Explore the fascinating world of contemporary Chinese literature with THE SUBPLOT: What China Is R...
01/14/2022

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Join Columbia Global Reports online Tuesday, 4/26 @ 6 p.m. EDT for a conversation about censorship and the pandemic. CGR Director Nick Lemann will moderate a conversation between authors Joel Simon and Robert Mahoney, the former and current directors of the Committee to Protect Journalists, Dr. Wafaa El-Sadr, founder and director of ICAP, and investigative journalist Sheila Coronel discussing how to use the pandemic experience to strengthen our information ecosystem—and restore trust in our democratic institutions worldwide. https://events.columbia.edu/go/infodemic
On our Front Table this week, find attempts to debunk mythological thinking, from a critique of climate miseducation, to a synthesis of recent anthropological research designed to challenge everything we think about early human societies. Find the following titles and more at https://bit.ly/3FOgXpB . . . . W. W. Norton & Company Farrar, Straus and Giroux Columbia Global Reports SUNY Press Princeton University Press . . . [image: Front Table picks pictured in front of shelves. The books as follows: "This Bridge Called My Back, Fortieth Anniversary Edition" by Cherríe Moraga, "Miseducation: How Climate Change is Taught in America" by Katie Worth, "A Splendid Intelligence: The Life of Elizabeth Hardwick" by Cathy Curtis, "The Dawn of Everything: A New History of Humanity" by David Graebner and David Wengrow, and "Rescuing Socrates" by Roosevelt Montas.]
WATCH: The GroundTruth Project in partnership with FRONTLINE | PBS and Columbia Global Reports joined with author and GroundTruth alum Katie Worth for a conversation about misinformation and the state of climate change education in the United States. According to a recent Pew Research Center survey, one-third of young adults in the U.S. believe that climate change is not human-made, and no wonder: That’s what they are taught in school. The virtual conversation explores the climate denialism that is being taught in the classrooms of millions of school kids. The conversation is part of a wider partnership between these three acclaimed investigative institutions, who came together for the first time to publish Worth's book "MISEDUCATION: How Climate Change Is Taught in America." Learn more about the book here: https://globalreports.columbia.edu/books/miseducation/
📺 LIVE NOW | Miseducation - #ClimateChange and climate denialism in American schools. A collaboration between Columbia Global Reports, FRONTLINE | PBS and GroundTruth https://youtu.be/5iaixpnLA9s
TODAY @ 6 PM ET: Join The GroundTruth Project, FRONTLINE | PBS, Columbia Global Reports and our former fellow Katie Worth for a discussion on how #Climate denialism is taught in American schools. RSVP: https://bit.ly/Miseducation-event
Why are American children learning mixed or false messages about climate change? Who has tried to influence what children learn in school? On 11/15, join FRONTLINE, The GroundTruth Project & Columbia Global Reports for a talk about Katie Worth's book & climate change education.
Why are American children learning mixed or false messages about climate change? Who has tried to influence what public-school children learn? How successful have they been? "MISEDUCATION," a nonfiction book by Katie Worth, explores this. On 11/15, join Worth, FRONTLINE, Columbia Global Reports & The GroundTruth Project for a conversation around the state of climate education in America. RSVP: https://bit.ly/3qtwert
Who has tried to influence what children learn about climate change, and how successful have they been? Join Columbia Global Reports, along with The GroundTruth Project & FRONTLINE | PBS to discover the state of climate education in our schools. Nov. 15 / 6 p.m. EST RSVP: https://bit.ly/CGR-Miseducation SPEAKERS: - Introduction by Lee Bollinger, President of Columbia University in the City of New York - Raney Aronson-Rath: Executive Producer, FRONTLINE | PBS - Jimmy So: Editor, Columbia Global Reports - Charles Sennott: CEO, The GroundTruth Project - Katie Worth: Author, "Miseducation: How Climate Change is Taught in America" - Alex Halliday: Founding Dean, Columbia Climate School Director, Earth Institute, Columbia University in the City of New York - Moderated by Nicholas Lemann: Director, Columbia Global Reports; Dean Emeritus, Columbia Journalism School
According to Pew Research Center, 33% of young adults in the US believe #ClimateChange isn't human-made. And no wonder: it’s what they learned in school. Join author Katie Worth, The GroundTruth Project, FRONTLINE | PBS and Columbia Global Reports on Nov. 15 to discuss how #Climate denialism is being taught in schools. RSVP: https://bit.ly/Miseducation-event SPEAKERS: - Introduction by Lee Bollinger, President of Columbia University in the City of New York - Raney Aronson-Rath: Executive Producer, FRONTLINE - Jimmy So: Editor, Columbia Global Reports - Charles Sennott: CEO, The GroundTruth Project - Katie Worth: Author, "Miseducation: How Climate Change is Taught in America" - Alex Halliday: Founding Dean, Columbia Climate School; Director, Earth Institute, Columbia University - Moderated by Nicholas Lemann: Director, Columbia Global Reports; Dean Emeritus, Columbia Journalism School
Who’s influencing environmental education? Is it... a) Oil corporations b) Libertarian think tanks c) Conservative lobbyists d) Textbook publishers Answer: All of the above, and many others, the new book "Miseducation" by former GroundTruth-FRONTLINE fellow Katie Worth reveals. Join author Katie Worth, The GroundTruth Project, FRONTLINE | PBS & Columbia Global Reports on 11/15 to discuss how #Climate denialism is being taught in schools. RSVP: https://bit.ly/Miseducation-event SPEAKERS: - Introduction by Lee Bollinger, President of Columbia University in the City of New York - Raney Aronson-Rath: Executive Producer, FRONTLINE | PBS - Jimmy So: Editor, Columbia Global Reports - Charles Sennott: CEO, The GroundTruth Project - Katie Worth: Author, "Miseducation: How Climate Change is Taught in America" - Alex Halliday: Founding Dean, Columbia Climate School; Director, Earth Institute, Columbia University - Moderated by Nicholas Lemann: Director, Columbia Global Reports; Dean Emeritus, Columbia Journalism School
TOMORROW: The Uyghur Human Rights Project will speak with Darren Byler about his new Columbia Global Reports book "In the Camps: China's High-tech Penal Colony" with Elise Anderson & Nury Turkel. Tuesday, October 26, 7:00–8:00 p.m. EDT Join via YouTube: https://bit.ly/30P3rTv Join via Facebook: https://bit.ly/3B3JzZ4 No registration required.
Celebrating the release of Laura Murphy's FREEDOMVILLE, published by Columbia Global Reports, our first post-Hurricane Ida author event. Watch the video version at https://www.facebook.com/OctaviaBooks/videos/258605592794057/
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