Links for Brooke’s books and Brooke at NYU and beyond
Brooke’s Database/Online Collaborative Projects
Links for THE SUFFRAGENTS: How Women Used Men to Get the Vote
Links for UNDERCOVER REPORTING: The Truth About Deception and undercoverreporting.org
- Brooke talks undercover reporting on On the Media, January 29, 2016
- Brooke talks Undercover Reporting on C-Span 2’s Book TV
- Undercover Reporting‘s companion online database, hosted by NYU Libraries: undercoverreporting.org
- The entire book in PDFs, is available to subscribers via Project Muse.
- WNYC’s On the Media did a very well updated version of a 2008 segment, titled, “Cover-Ups” that does a fine look at the undercover reporting genre, touching on all its latter day hits and misses.
- The Schuster Institute’s page on Undercover Reporting and the database.
- Schuster Institute Investigations spotlights the horrors of human trafficking and includes Brooke’s essay, “Journalists Go Undercover to Report on Slavery.”
- The Journalism of Deception (A group of essays, including Brooke’s “Why Surreptitiousness Works,” Journal of Magazine & New Media Research.)
- Journalists of Color Part of Undercover Database (Richard Prince’s Journal-isms)
- Hidden Gems in the Undercover Database (IJNet.org)
- Heartland, Gleick, and Media Law: Experts weigh in on leaks and deceptive tactics (CJR)
- Newsrooms to Classrooms: Books as a Thread of Connection (Nieman Reports)
- Brooke Kroeger on James O’Keefe and Undercover Reporting (A CJR Podcast, No. 7 on the page)
- Cover Ups (Brooke Gladstone with Brooke and others, On the Media, WNYC)
- Submersion Journalism: Reporting in the Radical First Person (C-Span broadcast of NYU panel with Bill Wasik, Ted Conover, Jeff Sharlet, Ken Silverstein, and Brooke)
- Practicing the Art of Deception (Megan Stride’s Q&A wtih Brooke, Gelf Magazine.)
Links for PASSING: When People Can’t Be Who They Are
- Google Books preview
- WFUV “Cityscape” makes Brooke and Passing the metaphorical segment of its program “Behind the Mask.” (circa minute 21:00)
- Many of the articles and essays gathered here are reflections by other writers on the phenomenon of passing, sparked by the book’s publication, which happened to coincide with the film release of The Human Stain.
Links for FANNIE: The Talent for Success of Writer Fannie Hurst
Links for NELLIE BLY: Daredevil, Reporter, Feminist