Estlow Center for International Journalism and New Media
We are currently selecting our 2016-2017 Anvil of Freedom honoree and planning the surrounding events. Check back soon for more information!
The Estlow Lecture
Every year, the Edward W. and Charlotte A. Estlow International Center for Journalism and New Media at the University of Denver brings to campus the Estlow Lecturer, a person or organization that has made an outstanding contribution to journalism and democracy.
- As Estlow Lecturer, the honoree is invited to speak with several undergraduate classes and student groups, and is awarded with the Anvil of Freedom during a lecture that is open to the public.
- Past honorees include Lourdes Garcia-Navarro of NPR, Michelle Bernard of MSNBC, author and environmental activist Bill McKibben, and CBS news anchor Bob Schieffer as well as organizations including Free Press, Global Voices Online, and Ushahidi.
- The Estlow Lecture occurs in conjunction with an annual university-wide event. Past Estlow Lectures have taken place as part of the University's Diversity Summit, its Internationalization Summit, and its Summit on Communication.
Marsico Visiting Scholars
The Center collaborates with a variety of university faculty members and campus Centers to bring visiting scholars and events to campus to speak with students and offer public lectures.
Previous Marsico Visiting Scholars with expertise in media and journalism have included Assistant Professor Emiliano Trere, Scuola Normale Superiore (Italy); Associate Professor Regina Marchi, Rutgers University; Senior Lecturer Zala Volcic, Queensland University (Australia); Senior Lecturer Rivka Ribak, Haifa University (Israel); and Professor Mara Einstein, Queens College.
Keep up to date with what's going on at the Estlow Center and the Department of Media, Film & Journalism Studies and tell us about the work that you are doing in the world of journalism:
To support the efforts of the Estlow International Center for Journalism and New Media and to help further the opportunities for the research, teaching, and growth of advocacy journalism and new media, please consider a gift to the Estlow Center Fund.
Without the generosity of people like you and Ed Estlow we cannot fulfill our mission to support emergent journalism practices. Thank you.
Donations can be made online by filling out this form and selecting the "Estlow Center for Journalism & New Media Fund" box under other Designation options.
Gifts can also be mailed to:
The Estlow International Center for Journalism and New Media
University of Denver
2490 S. Gaylord St.
Denver, CO 80208
All contributions are tax deductible. For additional information, please email us at MFJS@du.edu.