The media landscape is changing rapidly and the tools used for reporting and storytelling are changing with it. New technologies have made data analysis and visualization more accessible for reporters to tell stories in new and different ways. The graphics team at The Washington Post is no exception – they produce award-winning visual storytelling using data, design, code, cartography, illustration, animation, augmented reality and more. We’ll take a look at how graphics reporters at The Post are using all of these methods to enhance their storytelling and better reach audiences in both the print and digital space.
Film Screening and Q&A with Javier Espada: “Generación Buñuel, Lorca, Dalí”
Additional details for the commentary session can be found here: http://www.strebeigh.com/2019november14henryfinderyale.html.
Co-sponosored by Brink: A Review of Books, Yale Literary Magazine, The Politic, Yale Women’s Center
Co-sponsored by Y Fashion House and The Politic
Julius will be interviewed by Amy Kapczynski, Professor of Law.
Ben Taub, a staff writer for the New Yorker who has reported extensively from Syria and Iraq, will discuss the ramifications of the United States’s withdrawal from Syria and the tenuous state of post-ISIS Iraq. He’ll also discuss and answer questions about his own experience reporting from the region and writing about war crimes, human rights, and military campaigns.
Co-sponsored by the Schell Center for International Human Rights, Yale Law National Security Group (NSG)
Co-sponsored by Y Fashion House