Posts tagged "diane winston"
Intersections of Religion and Media: Interviews II

Intersections of Religion and Media: Interviews II

In an ongoing series of print and audio interviews, S. Brent Plate talks to experts about the field of religion and media.
Intersections of Religion and Media: Interviews

Intersections of Religion and Media: Interviews

Intersections of Religion and Media: S. Brent Plate interviews Jolyon Mitchell, Rianne Subijanto, Diane Winston, J. Kwabena Asamoah-Gyadu, Benjamin Dorman and Stuart Hoover.

Give Us This Day Our Daily Links

Catch Diane Winston on Krista Tippett's "On Being."  She's talking about TV, storytelling, and faith. In his new book, The Meaning of Marriage, Timothy Keller, by omission, matches up practiced marriage to the rare (Christian) ideal--and forgets that the institution was meant to serve a number of social purposes, not all of them holy.  In...

Practice, Theology and Identity at #OWS

Courtney Bender writes at The Scoop:
We could even say that occupiers' refusal to give uncomplicated answers to the question of whether their motivations are rooted mainly in religious, secular, economic or political identities holds up a useful mirror to the very messy, complicated social and economic morass that they critique. This is another way of...

Is the Left Behind?

Diane Winston tells us what's missing from "Whatever Happened to the American Left?," an opinion piece by Michael Kazin, the editor of Dissent Magazine, which appeared in Sunday's New York Times.  (I pointed a finger at it on Sunday.)  Winston explains that Kazin neglects three important issues in his diagnosis of the invisible, hamstrung Left:...

Congratulations Revealer Alum!

Of the seven recipients of the 2011 Knight Luce Fellowship for Reporting on Global Religion, two have spent time at The Revealer!  Kathryn Joyce, the founding managing editor, and Nicole Greenfield, have both graced our pages and shaped who we are and what we do.  Here's what the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, the...

Oversimplification 3, 2, 1

From Andrew Khouri's "Getting the Story Right in Egypt," a recent post at The Scoop, Diane Winston's website at USC's Annenberg School for Journalism:
But on Thursday, the Muslim Brotherhood—Egypt's largest opposition group and a perennial Mubarak foe—announced it would join the large demonstrations that were planned after prayers on Friday. A Muslim Brotherhood spokesman...

Smear the Pope

Diane Winston, Knight Chair in Media and Religion at USC and friend of The Revealer, writes at her blog, The Scoop, about criticism The New York Times has received for it's recent story about Pope Benedict's role in covering up sexual abuse in the church:
Critics complain that the Times is out to...

Journos in Israel-Palestine

Diane Winston (the Knight chair in Media and Religion at the Annenberg School for Communication at USC, master of the blog Trans/missions, and a friend of The Revealer) has a new project with her journalism students that is dedicated to deeper examination of Israeli/Palestinian relations:  The Israel-Palestine Project. Winston and students blogged their...

Straight Religion

09 January 2006 Knight Chair of Media and Religion at the Annenberg School of Communication at the University of Southern California, and our colleague here at The Revealer, Diane Winston, deconstructs the “Book of Daniel” debacle, suggesting that the real story isn’t the alleged mockery of Christianity that the American Family Association claimed it was, or...

Our New Deal

This past summer, I announced that The Revealer‘s foundation funding had come to an end. But that doesn’t mark its death. Starting this fall — now — The Revealer takes on a greatly-expanded staff of graduate student journalists, who’ll be providing much of the commentary in our “Today,” “Timely,” and “Timeless” blog columns below and...

Daily Links 26 June 2005

Not Another “Beliefs” Column Diane Winston’s occasional column on the gods of Los Angeles in The L.A. Times continues to besubtly subversive in the best fashion, offering quiet, compelling stories of lived religion around the city that reveal rather than declare the complexities of faith. This is not a “beliefs” column; it’s an argument by way of a...