Speaker - Nadine Epstein

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Nadine Epstein is editor and publisher of Moment, an independent Jewish publication and influential voice for diverse, often provocative ideas and opinions. She has been a journalist for nearly 30 years. Her articles, essays and op-ed pieces have appeared in The New York Times, The New York Times Magazine, The Washington Post, Smithsonian, Christian Science Monitor, Ms. and other publications. She covered politics and news in the Chicago bureau of The New York Times and worked as an editor and reporter at The City News Bureau of Chicago. She has published three books, contributed to several anthology collections, and co-wrote a documentary film which was selected as a semi-finalist at the 2001 Academy Awards.

A former Kellogg Fellow for Public Service in Journalism, Epstein was also part of the Michigan Journalism Fellows program, now known as the Knight-Wallace Fellowship. The recipient of many grants, including the D.C. Commission on the Arts/National Endowment for the Arts and the Fund for Investigative Journalism, she has taught journalism at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. She has a B.A. and M.A. in international affairs from University of Pennsylvania and was a University fellow in the political science doctoral program at Columbia University.

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Panel Discussion: Interfaith Women Seek Clergy Equality

07.29.11 | 01:05:17 min | 0 comments