International Reporting – Nomi Morris

Find out what it’s like to cover news from around the world from an experienced foreign correspondent who has worked in Europe, the Middle East and other locations.  UCSB  Writing Program lecturer Nomi Morris will discuss international reporting as well as how to cover international stories from Santa Barbara.

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Meeting ID: 865 9239 8021

Nomi Morris directs the Journalism track in UC Santa Barbara’s Professional Writing Minor and will be leading an International Reporting  course in  Berlin this summer. She joined UCSB  five years ago, after teaching at The USC Annenberg School of Journalism. Nomi transferred to teaching after a two-decade career in journalism that included serving as TIME’s Berlin correspondent and the Middle East Bureau Chief for Knight Ridder Newspapers (now McClatchy). She got her start at the Toronto Star, for whom she covered the opening of the Berlin Wall. Since arriving in California in 2001, Nomi has been published in Newsweek, the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Review of Books, and other media outlets and literary journals. She holds a B.A. in Political Science and Middle East Studies and an MFA in Creative Writing (Nonfiction).

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