Master della Scuola di giornalismo Walter Tobagi. Previste borse di studio. Iscrizioni entro il 31 agosto.

Sono aperte le iscrizioni al nuovo biennio del master in giornalismo della Scuola Walter Tobagi, Università degli Studi di Milano. Il master ha valenza di praticantato e permette l’accesso all’esame di Stato: 30 posti disponibili, 6 borse di studio.

 

Requisiti:  laurea  triennale in qualsiasi disciplina con una valutazione non inferiore a 99/110, oltre alla conoscenza della lingua inglese.

 

Il corso si svolgerà dal 22 ottobre 2018 al 12 ottobre 2020 presso il Polo (altro…)

Concorso giornalistico dedicato al corretto racconto della violenza sulle donne. Termini entro il 1 settembre 2018.

Concorso giornalistico dedicato al corretto racconto della violenza sulle donne, nel rispetto dello spirito e delle indicazioni del Manifesto di Venezia,  intitolato a Tania Passa.

 

 

Il premio,  istituito dall’Ordine dei giornalisti del Lazio, Federazione nazionale della Stampa italiana, Associazione Giulia giornaliste, Articolo 21 e Usigrai, è rivolto alle giornaliste e ai giornalisti professionisti, pubblicisti, praticanti, allievi di master e scuole di giornalismo riconosciuti dall’Ordine dei Giornalisti.

 

 

Possono essere presentati articoli pubblicati (massimo 7.000 (altro…)

Premio Giustolisi “Verità e giustizia”. Termini entro 31 agosto 2018.

È online il bando dell’edizione 2018 del Premio per il giornalismo d’inchiesta ‘Verità e giustizia’ dedicato alla memoria del giornalista Franco Giustolisi.

 

I termini per presentare la richiesta di partecipazione scadono il 31 agosto. Può concorrere ogni tipo di inchiesta realizzata all’insegna della verità, della giustizia e della pace, in formato cartaceo, televisivo, radiofonico o online e pubblicata dal 1° settembre 2017 al 31 agosto 2018. I lavori potranno riguardare qualsiasi tematica (altro…)

Premio Giornalistico Alessandra Bisceglia per la comunicazione sociale. Entro il 15/12/2018.

La Fondazione  Alessandra Bisceglia, W  Ale  Onlus e  la  Libera  Università  Maria  SS.  Assunta – LUMSA  di  Roma, promuovono  la III edizione  del  Premio Giornalistico intitolato  alla  memoria  di Alessandra  Bisceglia, giornalista  lucana  scomparsa  il  3  settembre  2008,  all’età  di  28  anni,  in seguito  ad  una grave  patologia.

 

Il Premio è istituito nell’intento di riconoscere e stimolare l’impegno per la diffusione della comunicazione  sulle  malattie  rare e sull’integrazione  delle  persone  diversamente  abili(altro…)

Disobbedienti si diventa

Bentrovati per la lettura della seconda parte della nostra scheda dedicata al saggio di Nicola Zamperini edito per Castelvecchi che si intitola “Manuale di disobbedienza digitale”.  Prima di proseguire nella lettura del saggio e nella conseguente estrazione di quei passaggi che abbiamo giudicato particolarmente interessanti, vorremmo dedicare l’apertura di questo post alla parte conclusiva del volume.  Le 100 regole di disobbedienza che l’autore inserisce in coda al volume e che fra (altro…)

Loss of the Sultana by Chester D. Berry by BERRY, Chester D.

April, 1865. The country was in turmoil. The U.S. Civil War had come to an end, thousands of Union prisoners of war had recently been released, and President Lincoln had just been assassinated. The steamship ‘Sultana’ left New Orleans on April 21st, traveled to Vicksburg, Mississippi where it took on 1,965 federal soldiers and 35 officers, all recently released prisoners of war, most of them held at the prison camps of (altro…)

Dwarf Fruit Trees by WAUGH, Frank Albert

This book is a handbook for the home orchardist. The propagation, pruning, choice of variety, and management of dwarf fruit trees, specifically apples, pears, peaches, and plums, are outlined. In addition, there is a section on berry bushes. It is geared towards gardeners in the United States of America and Canada. – Summary by A. Gramour
This title is avalable for free download at: www.librivox.org.

Ὁμήρου Ὀδύσσεια (Ραψῳδία 7) – The Odyssey By Homer (Book 7) by HOMER

Ἡ Ὀδύσσεια τοῦ Ὁμήρου ἐντάσσεται στὰ πλαίσια τῶν ἐργασιῶν πού ξεκίνησα ἐδῶ καὶ μερικὰ χρόνια στὴν ἰστοσελίδα μου Projet Homere (Σχέδιο Ὁμήρου (γιὰ τὴν ἑλληνικὴ γλῶσσα στὸ σύνολό της)) – http://www.projethomere.com

Ἡ ἐργασία αὐτὴ ἀφορᾷ τὴν Ραψῳδία Η – Ὀδυσσέως εἴσοδος πρὸς Ἀλκίνουν.

Ἡ Ὀδύσσεια εἶναι ἕνα ἀπὸ τὰ δύο κορυφαία ἔργα τοῦ Ὁμήρου καὶ ταυτοχρόνως τῆς Εὐρωπαϊκῆς λογοτεχνίας καὶ θεωρῶ ὅτι αὐτὰ τὰ σπουδαῖα ἀρχαῖα ἑλληνικὰ λογοτεχνικὰ ἔργα πρέπει νὰ ἠχογραφηθοῦν ἀπὸ (altro…)

Shorty McCabe by FORD, Sewell

Yes, it’s been a couple of years since I quit the ring. . . . I slid into a quiet corner for a month or so, and then I dropped into the only thing I knew how to do, trainin’ comers to go against the champs. It ain’t like pullin’ down your sixty per cent of the gate receipts, but there’s worse payin’ jobs.

Course, there’s times when I finds myself up (altro…)

Common Sense in the Household: A Manual of Practical Housewifery by HARLAND, Marion

This is a practical guide to running a household in 1883. Marion Harland not only walks us through a number of important topics such as how to select and manage servants and organise a dinner party (best engage a good caterer), but also includes a number of recipes. Even today’s listeners may find a new favourite dish among the recipes contained in this volume. – Summary by Carolin
This title is avalable (altro…)

Memoirs of Madame Vigée Lebrun by LE BRUN, Élisabeth Louise Vigée

This memoirs chronicles Madame Vigée Lebrun’s childhood and the early discovery of her talent, the fortuitous break that introduced her to the world of “portraiture of the stars,” her expeditious flight from France at the height of the French Revolution, her continued success as a portraitist for the various royal houses of Europe, and her ultimate return to France. In this memoirs, Lebrun illustrates how she overcame the prejudices of the (altro…)

Men I’m Not Married To by PARKER, Dorothy

A saucy little poem commenting upon all men that Ms. Parker didn’t marry, perhaps implying (it’s a bit ambiguous) that upon marrying, the husband becomes far more special than all the other men in the world. It’s sort of the same theme embodied in Saint-Exupéry’s The Little Prince, who was saddened to discover that his rose was like any other rose, except when he further realized that his rose depended upon (altro…)

His Lady Friend by LARDNER, Ring

This week’s poem is taken from Ringgold Wilmer “Ring” Lardner’s Bib Ballads book of poetry about his child. In his Forward he says
Dear Parents:—Don’t imagine, please,
It’s in a boastful spirit
I fashion verses such as these;…
…But babes are babes, and mine, no doubt,
Is very much like others.

This title is avalable for free download at: www.librivox.org.

Our Search for a Wilderness, An Account of Two Ornithological Expeditions to Venezuela and British Columbia by BEEBE, William and NILES, Blair

In 1908-1909, Mary Blair Beebe and her husband, C. William Beebe made two private expeditions to Venezuela and British Guiana, exploring and collecting live birds for the New York Zoological Park. They then collaborated on a book about their “search for a wilderness,” with Mary Blair doing the bulk of the writing. The Beebe’s supplemented tropical birding with visits to gold mines in British Guiana and a lake of pitch, which (altro…)

Harper’s Young People, Vol. 01, Issue 13, Jan. 27, 1880 by VARIOUS

Harper’s Young People was an illustrated weekly publication for children containing delightful serialized stories, short stories, fiction and nonfiction, poetry, craft projects and more. This 13th issue of the serial, published on January 27, 1880, features an eclectic collection of stories sure to delight present-day children as it did the children of centuries past. This serial was published by Harper & Brothers, known today for their other publications Harper’s Bazaar and (altro…)

Spring of Joy: A Little Book of Healing, The by WEBB, Mary

Mary Webb was a novelist and poet and two of her novels “Gone to Earth” and “Precious Bane” have been successfully adapted for film and television. She was passionate about nature and particularly the Shropshire countryside where she grew up and spent much of her life. At the age of 20, she was diagnosed with the autoimmune disease known as Graves’ disease, a thyroid condition. She was (altro…)

We are not Charlie and we will never be.