Research Publications, Journalism
Publications, Journalism Records
Creator: School of Journalism
Creator: College of Journalism and Mass
Quantity: 4 folders (0.2 linear feet)
Collection Number: RG 14-08-00
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Journalism classes at the University of Nebraska began in 1894 under the direction of
Will Owen Jones, both a student and a faculty member. Miller Moore Fogg, a professor
in English, directed the School of Journalism after it formed in 1923. In 1979 the
School became independent of the College of Arts and Sciences and in 1985 became
officially the College of Journalism. It is now known as the College of Journalism
and Mass Communications.
Scope and Content:
These publications were produced by the School of Journalism, through the school or
through the University of Nebraska Publication series. The Nebraska publications
serve as informational guides to topics such as advertising, law, legislative news,
political campaigns, photography, professional journalism, and yearbook editing.
Contributions to Bibliography in Journalism focuses
on journalism in Latin America, law, research surveys, and typography.
Journalism -- Periodicals
School of Journalism series
University of Nebraska--Lincoln. School of
University of Nebraska--Lincoln. College of Journalism and
Box 1. Folder 1. University of Nebraska Publications, School of
Journalism Series, no. 1-9, 1946-1964
Box 1. Folder 2. Contributions to Bibliography in
Box 1. Folder 3. Service and Research Bulletin, no.
Box 1. Folder 4. Studies in Nebraska Journalism, no.