Author: Deborah Fisher
The Future of Journalism Education Roundtable, October 2017 (video)
News coverage roundup: Trump Twitter challenge
Deborah Fisher: Pentagon Papers movie wins because press fought for public's right to know
The Pentagon Papers - the people, the case and legal concepts
2017 Pulitzer winner, war reporter to speak at university event
Appeals court gives NewsChannel 5 Phil Williams a win in libel case by DA
Nov. 29: Memphis assemblies, Christmas bus ads, net neutrality
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist discusses investigative reporting of opioid crisis
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Dean of the College of Media and Entertainment
President of the First Amendment Center
John R. Vile
Dean and Professor of Political Science
Dean of the University Honors College
Director of the John Seigenthaler Chair of Excellence in First Amendment Studies
Student rights, public employee speech, commercial speech
David L. Hudson Jr.
Co-editor of the Encyclopedia of the First Amendment, author; and author of Let The Students Speak: A History of the Fight for Freedom of Expression in American Schools (2011) and First Amendment: Freedom of Speech (2012).
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The First Amendment Encyclopedia is presented by the John Seigenthaler Chair of Excellence in First Amendment Studies at Middle Tennessee State University.