This Monday, April 24, Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalists Adam Goldman and Matt Apuzzo of the New York Times will visit Duke to talk about their groundbreaking investigative work on international espionage in the age of Trump.
How do 21st century journalists report on spies? What were the FBI, CIA and others really up to during the election? And what’s really going on now with the investigations into Russian hacking, conflicts of interest, and the Trump campaign? Fresh from their latest investigations, Goldman and Apuzzo will share their insider perspectives on digging into world’s biggest story with immense political stakes.
You might also recall Goldman and Apuzzo from their award-winning 2011 reporting that spotlighted the New York Police Department’s clandestine spying program that monitored daily life in Muslim communities–a series that prompted national debate on civil liberties and the role of domestic intelligence gathering.
Join us Monday at 5 p.m. in Sanford 04 for “From Russia With Love?: Reporting on Spies in the Age of Trump,” sponsored by the Franklin Humanities Institute Media & Journalism Initiative and the DeWitt Wallace Center for Media & Democracy. Pizza will be served.