Berkley Hudson
Berkley Hudson
Associate Professor, University of Missouri, Missouri School of Journalism
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The magazine revolution, 1880–1920
A Hinnant, B Hudson
Oxford History of Popular Print Culture 6, 1860-1920, 2012
The Rise and Fall of an Ethnic Advocate and American Huckster: Louis N. Hammerling and the Immigrant Press
B Hudson, K Boyajy
Media History 15 (3), 287-302, 2009
Unraveling the Webs of Intimacy and Influence: Willie Morris and Harper’sMagazine
B Hudson, R Townsend
Literary Journalism Studies 1 (2), 63-78, 2009
The Power and Promise of the Image
B Hudson, EA Lance
Routledge Magazine Handbook: The Future of the Magazine Form, 410-421, 2015
Encyclopedia of Journalism
B Hudson, C Sterling
California: Thousand Oaks, 2009
ON Pruitt’s Possum Town: The ‘Modest Aspiration and Small Renown’of a Mississippi Photographer, 1915–1960
B Hudson
Southern Cultures 13 (2), 52-77, 2007
“The Mississippi Negro Farmer,” His Mule, and President Franklin D. Roosevelt: Racial Portrayals of Sylvester Harris in the Black and White 1930s
B Hudson
Journalism History 32 (4), 201-212, 2007
A desire to End These Things: An Analytical History of John L. Spivak's Photographic Portrayal of 1930s Georgia Chain Gangs
B Hudson, R Ostman
Visual Communication Quarterly 16 (4), 191-209, 2009
VCQ&A with Kim Komenich: VCQ&A with Kim Komenich
B Hudson
Visual Communication Quarterly 21 (3), 174-177, 2014
Reinventing the Feature Story: Mythic Cycles in American Literary Journalism
B Hudson
Journalism History 31 (2), 118, 2005
Listening to the Mississippi Pictures of ON Pruitt
B Hudson
ON Pruitt's Possum Town: Photographing Trouble and Resilience in the American South
B Hudson
UNC Press Books, 2021
Social Scientific Approaches to Magazine Research
B Hudson, CB Schwalbe
The Handbook of Magazine Studies, 36-50, 2020
New Journalism and Gonzo
B Hudson
The International Encyclopedia of Journalism Studies, 1-6, 2019
Capturing the South: Imagining America's Most Documented Region, by Scott L. Matthews; and Where We Find Ourselves: The Photographs of Hugh Mangum, 1897–1922, edited by …
B Hudson, E Reed
Visual Communication Quarterly 26 (2), 123-125, 2019
SoHo, la revista prohibida para las mujeres: Gonzo by women in a Colombian men’s magazine
CA Cortés-Martínez, J Jenkins, B Hudson
Fear and Loathing Worldwide: Gonzo Journalism Beyond Hunter S. Thompson, 185, 2018
Commentary: The Firebird's Feathers Burn as Bright as a Bonfire
B Hudson
Visual Communication Quarterly 22 (4), 196-196, 2015
For Your Consideration: Fatemeh Behboudi of Iran
B Hudson
Visual Communication Quarterly 22 (1), 2-2, 2015
Commentary: The Importance of Looking and Reading Slowly
B Hudson
Visual Communication Quarterly 21 (3), 124-124, 2014
Commentary: How do we tell people they cannot take a picture or cannot see something?
B Hudson
Visual Communication Quarterly 21 (2), 60-60, 2014
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