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Bruce Evensen spent thirteen years in broadcast and print journalism as a reporter, producer and bureau chief in Washington and the Middle East before receiving his PhD in mass communication from the University of Wisconsin–Madison in 1989.
Journalism history and ethics; mass communication history; new media; the press and the political process; sports journalism; religion and media; sensationalism
American Journalism Historians Association; Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication; Fulbright Association
CMN 102 Introduction to Mass CommunicationJOUR 275 Introduction to JournalismJOUR 343 Journalism and the American ExperienceJOUR 362 The Press and the PresidencyJOUR 501 The Social Responsibility of JournalismJOUR 532 The Press and the PresidencyJOUR 537 From Franklin to the Internet: A History of American JournalismJOUR 538 Mass Communication in the Digital AgeSPRTCMN 300/JOUR 376/JOUR 515 Bears, Bulls, Cubs, Sox, Hawks: A History of Sports Reporting
History; The Cubs and the Bears; news and current events; reading; classic Hollywood cinema; Swing and Classical music
Appearances on PBS, Fox News, ABC7, CBS2, NBC5. Interviews for Associated Press, ESPN, Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun-Times, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post