McClatchy Memorial Lectures and Symposia 1980-2009

Carlos Kelley McClatchy

2009

  • Covering the Economic Crisis 
    Diana Henriques, Alan Murray, Steven Pearlstein, Stephen Shepard

2008

  • The Press & The Presidency: Covering Campaign 2008 
    Dan Balz, Elisabeth Bumiller, Anne Kornblut, Adam Nagourney, Walter Shapiro

2007

  • Pressing Times: Can Newspapers Survive in the New World of Journalism? 
    Bill Keller, Gary Pruitt, Marissa Mayer, Harry Chandler, Joel Brinkley

2006

  • Covering the War in Iraq 
    Dexter Filkins, Ann Garrels, George Packer, Larry Diamond
  • Red & Blue America? The Polarization of American Politics 
    Morris Fiorina, John Harris, Rich Lowry, Gary Jacobson
  • Anonymous Sources: Leaks, Accountability and the First Amendment 
    Bob Drogin, Walter Pincus, Kathleen Sullivan, Ann Grimes

2005

  • Press Performance in the Post-9/11 Era 
    Lance Bennett, James Fallows, Dana Priest, Philip Taubman
  • Revealing, Disclosing, and Accounting 
    Michael Schudson

2004

  • Smart Mobs, The Virtual Community, & Tools for Thought 
    Howard Rheingold
  • Democracy and Communication 
    John D. Peters

2003

  • Online Discussion and Democracy 
    Vincent Price
  • The Language of War and the Ethics of Journalism 
    Peter Sussman, Kathleen Hall Jamieson, Geoffrey Nunberg

2002

  • The Future of News in the 21st Century 
    Geneva Overholser, Thomas Patterson, Tom Rosenstiel
  • Global News Coverage After Sept. 11 
    Paul Steiger, Maud Beelman, Merrill Brown, Gloria Duffy

2001

  • Journalism: Democracy’s Friend or Foe? 
    R.W. Apple, Jr.

2000

  • The 2000 Presidential Election: What Really Happened? 
    Samuel L. Popkin, Daron R. Shaw, Douglas Rivers
  • Politics, Policy, and Reality 
    Gwen Ifill

1999

  • Media Meltdown 
    Howard Kurtz

1998

  • How the Media Undermine American Democracy 
    James Fallows

1997

  • The Decline of Civility in the U.S. Congress 
    Kathleen Hall Jamieson

1996

  • Media Mergers and the Public Interest 
    David Lieberman

1994

  • Why All the Media Bashing? Daniel Schorr

1993

  • The Information Revolution 
    David Gergen

1992

  • What Happened on the Way to the Anita Hill Story Nina Totenberg

1991

  • Nibbling at the First Amendment 
    Tom Wicker

1990

  • “The Image” Revisited 
    Daniel Boorstin

1989

  • The American Media After Gorbachev 
    Robert Scheer

1988

  • Our Revolutionary First Amendment 
    Anthony Lewis

1987

  • The Case for Public Service TV 
    Jeremy Isaacs

1986

  • The Television Environment: Cultivating the Wasteland 
    Timothy E. Wirth

1985

  • Lost Wisdom of Media Power and the Dangers of Mass Information 
    Michael J. O’Neill

1984

  • Preserving Freedom of the Press in a Revolutionary Setting 
    Sr. Pedro Joaquin Chamorro B.

1983

  • Absence of Malice 
    Kurt Luedtke

1982

  • The Limits of Journalism 
    Meg Greenfield

1981

  • The Light on Synanon 
    David & Cathy Mitchell

1980

  • Transatlantic Miscommunication 
    Andrew Knight