26 Jun June 26, 2020 – Drag a Body Judith Matloff and Modern Family Marc Freeman
Judith Matloff – Columbia Professor, and Seasoned War Correspondent
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Judith Matloff is an international affairs author, journalism professor and media safety advocate. She teaches conflict reporting at Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism. She has pioneered safety training for women and media around the world, helping hundreds of journalists face an increasingly dangerous world. Over 40 years as a journalist, she has covered top international stories including Rwanda’s genocide, apartheid and the rise of Vladimir Putin. Her stories about war and violence have appeared in numerous publications including The New York Times Magazine, The Economist, The Los Angeles Times and The Wall Street Journal. Matloff’s work has been supported by the MacArthur Foundation, the Fulbright Scholar Program, the Logan Nonfiction Fellowship and the Hoover Institution. Matloff’s latest book, How to Drag a Body and Other Safety Tips You Hope to Never Need, shares her tried-and-true methods to help you confidently handle whatever challenges comes your way. She earlier published No Friends but the Mountains, which drew a link between geography and conflict; Fragments of a Forgotten War, about Angola’s civil war; and Home Girl, which chronicled a Harlem street run by a drug gang.
Marc Freeman – Freelance Journalist and Author of Oral History of Modern Family
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Marc Freeman is a senior freelance writer, journalist and book author. He is a freelance journalist for The Hollywood Reporter and Vanity Fair. Over the years, he’s written a series of acclaimed oral history articles with cast and crew from M*A*S*H, The Bob Newhart Show, Frasier, Veronica Mars, The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, Cheers and more. He enjoys using the format as a means of preserving television’s history and studying the art of creation. Marc’s first and latest book, Modern Family: The Untold Oral History of One of Television’s Groundbreaking Sitcoms, allows readers to go behind-the-scenes and experience the groundbreaking television sitcom Modern Family like never before, including personal photos.