Dr. Julie Lane joined the faculty of the Department of Communication as an Assistant Professor in 2010. She came to Boise State University with a background in mass communication, journalism, and history including a Ph.D. in Mass Communication from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Dr. Lane's dissertation was a biography of Richard H. Rovere, the first Washington correspondent for The New Yorker, and much of her research and writing examines the role of journalism in history.
From Cab Rides to the Cold War: Richard Rovere, the New Yorker, and Postwar Washington, Journalism History (2010)
This article explores how Richard H. Rovere's "Letter from Washington" helped the New Yorker become...
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