Deep Thoughts, Bright Ideas
Carleton’s journalism school is more than a professional training ground.
It’s an intellectual hub for faculty and students involved in journalism studies scholarship, research and public discussion about journalism’s past, present and future.
Along with other special events held throughout the year, our annual Kesterton Lecture is one way we explore journalism’s place in the world.
14th Annual Kesterton - 2013
Notes from a changing China
The Globe and Mail‘s Mark MacKinnon on his time as the Beijing correspondent
Carleton University’s journalism program — the oldest and most renowned in Canada — held its first class in a downtown Ottawa meeting hall on Oct. 9, 1945.
There are big changes happening in the political and media landscape of this country – all set against the 15oth anniversary of Canada’s Parliamentary Press Gallery.
On February 29, 2016, a stellar panel of current and former Press Gallery journalists discussed the gallery’s past, present and future.
Mohamed Fahmy: Freedom
In conversation with CBC’s Neil Macdonald