PROGRAM DETAILS

Katherine Graham: Pulitzer Prize Winner

Instructor
Rose Feinberg
Category
Arts & Letters / History
SPL03263

Course Description

Katherine Graham stands out as the first female publisher of a major newspaper during Watergate and the Pentagon Papers. She is a fascinating woman who endured an abusive marriage and more to become a leader who made difficult choices. Learn about her life from childhood to death, and the path that led to her Pulitzer prize and other achievements. The movie, The Post, depicted her role in revealing the Pentagon Papers in the Washington Post. Video clips and pictures via PowerPoint bring Katherine Graham to life. Questions and answers add to the program.

About the Instructor

  • Rose Feinberg, EdD earned her Doctor of Education degree from Boston University, and was a school principal in Massachusetts, as well as a respected lecturer. Dr. Feinberg served as an adjunct faculty member at FAU for eight years, teaching graduate courses in curriculum and school administration. She has much experience as a lecturer in South Florida and many topics that she has developed for presentations. Her lectures are extensively researched and her theater training and personality make her a dynamic presenter.

Upcoming programs presented by Rose Feinberg.

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One-Time SPL03263 Rose Feinberg Katherine Graham: Pulitzer Prize Winner
Thursday, March 26: 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm