Journalists, public policy experts,
historians and military officials will gather at the University of
Kentucky this week for a conference focused on media coverage of
modern military conflicts.
The UK School of Journalism and Telecommunications, in
cooperation with the University of Edinburgh's Centre for the Study
of Two World Wars, will present "Covering Conflicts in a Modern
World" in Lexington April 8-11.
Topics for discussion include the role of media in foreign
policy, military and media relations, media ethics in conflict
reporting, U.S. war reporting from an international perspective,
and representations of war in film.
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