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March 6 at the J-School - Stories We Tell: The Pioneer Generation of Women's Longform

CJS: Delacorte Lecture: Stories We Tell: The Pioneer Generation of Women's Longform
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The George T. Delacorte Center for Magazine Journalism in conjunction with The Sager Group and CJS Women in Media presents an evening of conversation with a group of legendary longform magazine writers and Pulitzer Prize winners who first became regular contributors and staff writers to major magazines back in the 70s and 80s. The panelists include Madeleine Blais, Robin Marantz Henig, Gerri Hirshey, Suzannah Lessard, Susan Orlean, Patsy Sims, and Joyce Wadler. 

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Reception to follow.

When: Tuesday, March 6 at 6:30PM

Where: Joseph D. Jamail Lecture Hall (3rd Floor), Pulitzer Hall, Columbia University

The Delacorte Lectures examine aspects of magazine journalism by leaders in the field of magazine writing and publishing. #CJSDelacorte

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