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Aiello, Thomas.  “The Reluctant African: The Foreign Policy Journalism of Louis Lomax, 1960-1968.”  Journalism History 45:4 (2019): 330-352.

Allen, Cleo Joffrion.  “Foreign News Coverage in Selected U.S. Newspapers, 1927–1997: A Content Analysis.”  PhD dissertation, Louisiana State University, 2005.

Althaus, Scott L., et. al.  “Global News Broadcasting in the Pre-Television Era: A Cross-National Analysis of World War II Newsreel Coverage.” Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media 62:1 (2018): 147-167.

Asgarov, Asgar M. “Reporting from the Frontlines of the First Cold War: American Diplomatic Dispatches about the Internal Conditions in the Soviet Union, 1917–1933.” PhD dissertation, University of Maryland, College Park, 2007.

Associated Press.  Breaking News: How the Associated Press Covered War, Peace and Everything Else.  Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2007.  

Augspurger, Michael.  “Henry Luce, Fortune, and the Attraction of Italian Fascism.”  American Studies 41 (Spring 2000): 115-139.

Banning, Stephen A. “John McCutcheon’s Asian Adventure: A Nineteenth-Century Adventure Journalist Covers the Battle of Manila Bay from the Inside.” Journalism History 42:1 (2016): 33-42.

Bassow, Whitman.  The Moscow Correspondents: Reporting on Russia from the Revolution to Glasnost.  New York: Morrow, 1988.

Benjamin, Robert S., ed.  Eye Witness: By Members of the Overseas Press Club of America.  New York: Alliance, 1940.

Benjamin, Robert S., ed.  The Inside Story: By Members of the Overseas Press Club of America.  New York: Prentice-Hall, 1940.

Biberman, Yelena.  “How We Know What We Know About Pakistan: New York Times News Production, 1954-71.”  Modern Asian Studies 51:5 (September 2017): 1598-1625.

Bjork, Ulf Jonas. “The Commercial Roots of Foreign Correspondence: The New York Herald and Foreign News, 1835–1839.” American Journalism 11, no. 2 (1994): 102–15.

Bjork, Ulf Jonas.  “Latest from the Canadian Revolution: Early War Correspondence in the New York Herald, 1837-1838.”  Journalism Quarterly 71:4 (Winter 1994): 851-860.

Bjork, Ulf Jonas. “Sketches of Life and Society: Horace Greeley’s Vision for Foreign Correspondence.” American Journalism 14, no. 3–4 (1997): 359–75.

Bjork, Ulf Jonas.  “Foreign Correspondence in the Early Telegraphic era: The Herald, the Tribune, and the 1848 Revolutions.” American Journalism 40:4 (Fall 2023): 447-467. 

Britton, John A.  “In Defense of Revolution: American Journalists in Mexico, 1920-1929.”  Journalism History 5:4 (Winter 1978): 124-130.

Bromley, John C. “Richard Harding Davis and the Boer War.” American Journalism 7, no. 1 (1990): 12–22.

Broussard, Jinx Coleman.  African American Foreign Correspondents: A History.  Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2013.

Burge, Daniel J. “A Delayed Revenge: ‘Yellow Journalism’ and the Long Quest for Cuba, 1851-1898.” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era 22:3 (July 2023): 243-259.

Carroll, Gordon, ed.  History in the Writing: By the Foreign Correspondents of Time, Life, and Fortune.  New York: Duell, Sloan, and Pearce, 1945.

Cassara, Catherine.  “U.S. Newspaper Coverage of Human Rights in Latin America, 1975-1982.”  Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly 75:3 (Autumn 1998): 478-486.

Chinoy, Mike.  Assignment China: An Oral History of American Journalists in the People’s Republic.  New York: Columbia University Press, 2023.

Cohen, Deborah.  Last Call at the Hotel Imperial: Reporters of the Lost Generation.  William Collins, 2021.

Cold, Jaci, and John Maxwell Hamilton.  “A Natural History of Foreign Correspondence: A Study of the Chicago Daily News, 1900-1921.”  Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly 84:1 (Spring 2007): 151-166.   

Cole, Jaci, and John Maxwell Hamilton, eds.  Journalism of the Highest Realm: The Memoir of Edward Price Bell, Pioneering Foreign Correspondent for the Chicago Daily News.  Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2007.

Cott, Nancy F.  Fighting Words: The Bold American Journalists Who Brought the World Home Between the Wars.  New York: Basic Books, 2020.  

Cozean, Jon Dennis. “The U.S. Elite Press and Foreign Policy: The Case of Cuba.” PhD dissertation, American University, 1979.

Crowl, James.  Angels in Stalin’s Paradise: Western Reporters in Soviet Russia, 1917-1937.  Washington DC: University Press of America, 1982.

Culbert, David.  News for Everyman: Radio and Foreign Affairs in Thirties America. Westwood, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1976.

Curtis, Shannon E.  “The Berlin Moment in an Age of Peril: American Press Coverage of the 1958 Berlin Crisis.”  PhD dissertation, Middle Tennessee State University, 2015.

Dell ‘Orto, Giovanna.  Giving Meaning to the World: The First U.S. Foreign Correspondents.  Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 2002.

Dell’Orto, Giovanna.  American Journalism and International Relations: Foreign Correspondence from the Early Republic to the Digital Era.  New York: Cambridge University Press, 2013.

Dell’Orto, Giovanna.  AP Foreign Correspondents in Action.  New York: Cambridge University Press, 2015.

Dang, Tia. “On War and Home Front: Portrayals of Soviet Women in American Written Media From World War II into the Early Cold War.” PhD dissertation, San Diego State University, 2020.

DePalma, Anthony. The Man Who Invented Fidel: Castro, Cuba, and Herbert L. Matthews of the New York Times.  New York: Public Affairs, 2006.

Desmond, Robert W.  The Information Process: World News Reporting to the Twentieth Century.  Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 1978.

Desmond, Robert W.  Windows on the World: World News Reporting, 1900-1920.  Ames: Iowa State University Press, 1981.

Desmond, Robert W.  Crisis and Conflict: World News Reporting Between Two Wars, 1920-1940. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 1984.

Duncan, James A. “American Journalism and the Tibet Question, 1950-1959.” PhD dissertation, Iowa State University, 2011.

Elliott, Jane. “Who Seeks the Truth Should Be of No Country: The British and American Press Report the Boxer Rebellion, June 1900.” American Journalism 13, no. 3 (1996): 255–85.

Emery, Michael.  On the Front Lines: Following America’s Foreign Correspondents Across the Twentieth Century.  Lanham: University Press of America, 1995.

Evensen, Bruce J.  Truman, Palestine, and the Press: Shaping Conventional Wisdom at the Beginning of the Cold War.  Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1992.

Fainberg, Dina. “A Portrait of a Journalist as a Cold War Expert: Harrison Salisbury.” Journalism History 41:3 (2015): 153-164.

Fainberg, Dina.  Cold War Correspondents: Soviet and American Reporters on the Ideological Frontlines.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2020.

Farnsworth, Robert M.  From Vagabond to Journalist: Edgar Snow in Asia, 1928-1941. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1996.

Ference, Gregory C.  The Portrayal of Czechoslovakia in the American Print Media, 1938-1989.  New York: Eastern European Monographs, 2006.

Fetner, Gerald L.  “Modern Foreign Correspondents After World War I: The New York Evening Post’s David Lawrence and Simeon Strunksky.”  American Journalism 34:3 (Summer 2017): 313-332.

Fleming, Angela Michelli, and John M. Hamilton, eds. The Crimean War: As Seen by Those Who Reported It, William Howard Russell and Others. Louisiana: Louisiana State University Press, 2009.

Giovanetti, Amy.  “Image-Making in United States-China Relations: Images of Chiang Kai-Shek in American Newsmagazines.” PhD dissertation, St. John’s University, 2007.

Grierson, Don.  “Battling Censors, Chiding Home Office: Harrison Salisbury’s Russian Assignment.”  Journalism Quarterly 64 (1987): 313-16. 

Haines, Gerald K. “Under the Eagle’s Wing: Newspaper and Journalistic Coverage and Opinion of American Intervention in the Caribbean from 1904 to 1915.” PhD dissertation, Wayne State University, 1967.

Hamilton, John Maxwell.  Journalism’s Roving Eye: A History of American Foreign Reporting.  Baton Rouge: LSU Press, 2009.

Hannerz, Ulf.  Foreign News: Exploring the World of Foreign Correspondents.  Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2004.

Hanson, Haldore.  Fifty Years Around the Third World: Adventures and Reflections of an Overseas American.  Flint Hill, VT: Fraser, 1986.

Hart, Justin W. “Empire of Ideas: Mass Communications and the Transformation of United States Foreign Relations, 1936-1953.” PhD dissertation, Rutgers University, 2004.

Hartgen, Stephen. “How Four US Newspapers Covered the Chinese Communist Revolt.” Journalism Quarterly 56:1 (1979): 175-178.

Hartwell, Dickson, and Andrew A. Rooney, eds.  Off the Record: The Best Stories of Foreign Correspondents.  Garden City: Doubleday, 1953.

Hawkins, Eric, and Robert N, Sturdevant.  Hawkins of the Paris Herald.  New York: Simon and Schuster, 1963.

Hayden, Joseph H.  Negotiating in the Press: American Journalism and Diplomacy, 1918-1919.  Baton Rouge: LSU Press, 2010.

Haygood, Daniel Marshall.  “Henry Luce’s Anti-Communist Legacy: An Analysis of U.S. Newsmagazines’ Coverage of China’s Cultural Revolution.”  Journalism History 35”2 (Summer 2009): 98-105.

Heald, Morrill.  Transatlantic Vistas: American Journalists in Europe, 1900-1940. Kent: Kent State University Press, 1988.

Heald, Morrell, ed. Journalist at the Brink: Louis P. Lochner in Berlin, 1922-1942. Philadelphia: Xlibris, 2007.

Herzstein, Robert E.  Henry R. Luce, Time, and the American Crusade in Asia.  New York: Cambridge University Press, 2005.

Hess, Stephen.  International News and Foreign Correspondence.  Rev. ed. Washington DC: Brookings Institution, 1995.

Hilgenberg Jr., James F. From Enemy to Ally: Japan, the American Business Press, and the Early Cold War. Lanham: University Press of America, 1993.

Hohenberg, John.  Foreign Correspondence: The Great Reporters and Their Times.  2ed.  Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1995.

Hosley, David.  As Good as Any: Foreign Correspondence on American Radio, 1930-1940. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1984.

Kane, Daniel.  “Each of Us in His Own Way: Factors Behind Conflicting Accounts of the Massacre at Port Arthur.”  Journalism History 31:1 (Spring 2005): 23-33.

Keddie, Shirley M. “Naming and Renaming: Time Magazine’s Coverage of Germany and the Soviet Union During the 1940s.” PhD Dissertation, University of Massachusetts- Amherst, 1985.

Kendall, George Wilkins.  Dispatches from the Mexican War.  Lawrence D. Cress, ed.  Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1999.

Kilgallen, Dorothy.  Girl Around the World.  Philadelphia: McKay, 1936.

Kirkman, Jordan.  “Inaction in Action: American Media and the 1956 Hungarian Revolution.”  PhD dissertation, Middle Tennessee State University, 2014.

Klein, Gary A. “The American Press and the Rise of Hitler, 1923-1933.”  PhD dissertation, London School of Economics, 1977.

Knudson, Jerry W.  “Herbert L. Matthews and the Cuban Story.”  Journalism Monographs, no. 54 (1978).

Kriesberg, Martin.  “Soviet News in the New York Times.”  Public Opinion Quarterly 10:4 (Winter 1946-47): 540-564.

Kruglak, Theodore E.  The Foreign Correspondents: A Study of the Men and Women Reporting for the American Information Media in Western Europe.  Geneva: E. Droz, 1955.

Kubricht, A. Paul.  “Reporting the Cold War: The American Press Reports the 1948 Communist Rise to Power in Czechoslovakia,” in The Portrayal of Czechoslovakia in the American Print Media, 1938–1989, ed. Gregory C. Ference, 55–73. Boulder: East European Monographs, 2006.

Lambe, Jennifer. “The Revolution’s Fourth Face on the Fourth Network: Feuding Over Cuba on U.S. Educational Television, 1959-1970.” Journal of American History 107:3 (December 2020): 636-657.

Libbey, James K.  “Liberal Journals and the Moscow Trials of 1936-38.”  Journalism Quarterly 52 (Spring 1975): 85-92.

Lipstadt, Deborah. Beyond Belief: The American Press and the Coming of the Holocaust, 1933-1945. New York: Free Press, 1986.

Lyons, Eugene, ed.  We Cover the World, by Sixteen Foreign Correspondents.  New York: Harcourt, Brace, and World, 1937.

MacKinnon, Stephen R. and Oris F.  China Reporting: An Oral History of American Journalism in the 1930s and 1940s.  Berkeley: University of California Press, 1987.

Markel, Lester, ed.  Public Opinion and Foreign Policy.  New York: Harper, 1949.

Milton, Joyce.  The Yellow Kids: Foreign Correspondents in the Heyday of Yellow Journalism.  New York: Harper and Row, 1989.

Nicholas, Sian.  “American Commentaries: News, Current Affairs, and the Limits of Anglo-American Exchange in Inter-War Britain.” Cultural and Social History 4:4 (2007): 461-479.

Oestreicher, J.C.  The World is Their Beat.  New York: Duell, Sloan, and Pearce, 1945.

Olasky, Marvin.  “Social Darwinism on the Editorial Page: American Newspapers and the Boer War.”  Journalism Quarterly 65 (1988):420-24. 

Perlmutter, David.  Picturing China in the American Press: The Visual Portrayal of Sino-American Relations in Time Magazine.  Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2007.

Perlmutter, David D., and John Maxwell Hamilton, eds. From Pigeons to News Portals: Foreign Reporting and the Challenge of New Technology.  Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2007.

Preston, Paul.  We Saw Spain Die: Foreign Correspondents in the Spanish Civil War. London: Constable, 2008.

Putnis, Peter.  “Shipping the Latest News Across the Pacific in the 1870s: California’s News of the World.”  American Journalism 30:2 (Spring 2013): 235-259.

Rand, Peter.  China Hands: The Adventures and Ordeals of the American Journalists Who Joined Forces With the Great Chinese Revolution.  New York: Simon & Schuster, 1995.

Randall, David.  The Great Reporters.  Ann Arbor: Pluto Press, 2005.

Ratliff, William E., ed.  The Selling of Fidel Castro: The Media and the Cuban Revolution. New Brunswick: Transaction Books, 1987.

Robertson, Charles L.  The International Herald Tribune: The First Hundred Years.  New York: Columbia University Press, 1987.

Rosenblum, Mort.  Coups and Earthquakes: Reporting the World For America.  New York: Harper & Row, 1979.

Salisbury, Harrison E.  Heroes of My Time.  New York: Walker, 1993.

Schraeder,  Peter J., and Brian Endless.  “The Media and Africa: The Portrayal of Africa in the New York Times (1955-1995).”  Issue 26:2 (1998): 29-35.

Seelye, John.  War Games: Richard Harding Davis and the New Imperialism.  Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2003.

Seyb, Ronald P.  “Young Man and War: David Halberstam’s Empathetic Reporting During the Congo Crisis.”  Journalism History 43:2 (Summer 2017): 75-85.

Shaber, Sarah R.  “Hemingway’s Literary Journalism: The Spanish Civil War Dispatches.”  Journalism Quarterly 57 (Autumn 1980): 420-424.

Shapiro, Robert Moses, ed.  Why Didn’t The Press Shout? American and International Journalism During the Holocaust.  Jersey City: Yeshiva University Press, 2003.

Sharback, Sarah Ellen.  “Stereotypes of Latin America, Press Images, and US Foreign Policy, 1920-1933.”  PhD dissertation, University of Washington, 1991. Simons, Lewis M.  To Tell the Truth: My Life as a Foreign Correspondent.  Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2022.

Smith, Michael M. “Gringo Propagandist: George F. Weeks and the Mexican Revolution.” Journalism History 29:1 (Spring 2003): 2-11.

Sorensen, George William. “Content Emphases in Newspaper Columnists’ Comments on International Involvements of the United States.” PhD dissertation, University of Iowa, 1968.

Stewart, Kenneth.  News is What We Make It: A Running Story of the Working Press.  Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1943.

Sweeney, Michael S.  “Delays and Vexation: Jack London and the Russo-Japanese War.”  Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly 75:3 (Autumn 1998): 549-559.

Teel, Leonard Ray.  Reporting the Cuban Revolution: How Castro Manipulated American Journalists.  Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2016.

Thomas, S. Bernard.  Season of High Adventure: Edgar Snow in China. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1996.

Tuchinsky, Adam-Max.  “The Bourgeoisie Will Fall and Fall Forever: The New York Tribune, the 1848 French Revolution, and American Social Democratic Tradition.”  Journal of American History 92:2 (September 2005): 470-492.

Tuohy, William.  Dangerous Company:  Inside the World’s Hottest Trouble Spots with a Pulitzer-Prize Winning War Correspondent.  New York: Morrow, 1987.

Tworek, Heidi J. S.  News From Germany: The Competition to Control World Communications, 1900-1945.  Cambridge: Harvard University Press 2019.

Varga, Zsolt Jozsef. “Surprised Dailies: Contemporary United States Press Coverage of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution.” PhD dissertation, Texas Christian University, 2000.

Volz, Yong, and Lei Guo.  “Making China Their Beat: A Collective Biography of US Correspondents in China, 1900-1949.”  American Journalism 36:4 (Fall 2019): 473-496.

Webb, Shelia.  “An American Journalist in the Role of Partisan: Dickey Chapelle’s Coverage of the Algerian War.”  American Journalism 22:2 (Spring 2005): 111-134.

Weber, Ronald.  News of Paris: American Journalists in the City of Light between the Wars.  Chicago: Ivan R. Dee, 2006.

Wheeler, John F.  Last Man Out: Memoirs of the Last Western Journalist Castro Kicked Out in the 1960s.  Spokane: Marquette Books, 2008.

Yi, Guolin. “The New York Times and Washington Post on Sino-American Rapprochement, 1963-1972.” American Journalism 32:4 (2015): 453-475.

Zobrist, Benedict K.  “Edward Price Bell and the Development of the Foreign News Service of the Chicago Daily News.”  PhD dissertation, Northwestern University, 1953.

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