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"Jerusalem editor explores journalism in Israel," Yael Katzwer, March 25, 2011, The Brandeis Hoot.

Prince-Gibson tackled five topics that she confronts daily as the editor-in-chief of The Jerusalem Report: objectivity, criticism of Israel, the tendency to over-simplify, the use of controversial words and morality. More>

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Reporting from Jerusalem:
  Women, Journalism, and
  the Middle East

    with The Jerusalem Report's
    Editor-in-Chief Eetta Prince-Gibson

Monday, March 21, 5:00 - 6:30 p.m.
Rapaporte Treasure Hall, Goldfarb Library

Eetta Prince-Gibson, The Jerusalem Report



The Jerusalem Report's Editor-in-Chief Eetta Prince-Gibson
What’s the status of feminism—and of women—in Israel today? What’s
it like when Israeli Arabs and Jews talk with each other about the issues
they face? Why have more than 80 proposed plans for peace failed? Why
does Israel seem to be inundated by a flood of right-wing, reactionary legislation? Can Jerusalem be divided and united at the same time?

Come hear Eetta Prince-Gibson, Editor-in-Chief of The Jerusalem
Report, discuss reporting on—and participating in—some of the controversies swirling through Israel today.

This event is presented by the Women's Studies Research Center, the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute, and the Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism, and co-sponsored by the Interfaith Chaplaincy at Brandeis University, International Center for Ethics, Justice, and Public Life, J Street U Brandeis, Journalism Program, Near Eastern and Judaic Studies Department, Office of the Provost, Peace, Conflict, and Coexistence Program, Schusterman Center for Israel Studies, and Women's and Gender Studies.

Eetta Prince-Gibson with Schuster Institute student research assistants

Eetta Prince-Gibson with Schuster Institute student research assistants, from left: Avi Snyder, Brian Boyd, Matt Kipnis, and Sean Petterson.