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Fellowships for graduate journalism students
The FASPE program for graduate students in journalism programs is an intensive two-week fellowship program that examines the roles played by journalists in Nazi Germany and during the Holocaust, underscoring the breakdown and challenges of the moral codes that govern the journalism profession.
The Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics (FASPE) will choose 10-15 students to examine the role journalists played in Nazi Germany and the Holocaust. The program’s integrated approach includes historical, cultural, philosophical, and documentary sources; survivor testimony; visits to German and Polish newsrooms; and on-site workshops in Berlin and Auschwitz.
The FASPE Journalism Program examines the following topics, among others:
  •     Ethical challenges of reporting on human rights abuses
  •     The relationship between state authority and journalism (including censorship and propaganda)
  •     Media’s role in creating and remembering the historical narrative
  •     The role of new-age media in present-day journalism.
Deadline: 6 January 2012
You can find the application form here.
The official website here.

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