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Ann Devroy












Ann Devroy

The White House correspondent
and UW-Eau Claire graduate
was scheduled twice to appear
on The Forum, but she needed
to withdraw on both occasions.
After her death in 1997,
The Forum cosponsored the
Ann Devroy Memorial Forum
for its first ten years.

Upton Close  |  radio commentator  |  on the need to defeat Japan  12.3.42
Maurice Hindus  1942–43
Edward Tomlinson  |  radio commentator on Latin American affairs  |  3.16.43
Max Lerner  3.21.44
Marquis Childs  |  10.25.44
Carey McWilliams  |  on racial minorities  2.6.45
H. R. Knickerbocker  |  upon returning from the Western battle front  3.16.45
Harrison Forman  1945–46
Royal Arch Gunnison  |  Mutual Broadcasting System foreign correspondent  | 
    Riddles of the Pacific
  4.15.46
Edward Tomlinson  1946–47
Louis P. Lochner  |  on American policy for the occupation of Germany  11.46
William L. Laurence  1947–48
Gwen Dew  |  MacArthur's Japan  1947–48
Henry C. Wolfe  |  What's Happening in World Affairs  1948–49
Vincent Sheean  |  India After Gandhi  10.6.49
Herbert Agar  1949–50
Hanson Baldwin  1950–51
Joseph C. Harsch  1950–51
Lisa Sergio  10.23.50
Roscoe Drummond  |  The State of the World  1951–52
John J. O'Neill  3.19.52
William Hillman  |  The Presidency, Greatest Job on Earth  10.21.52
William L. Laurence  |  The Truth About the Hydrogen Bomb  1.21.53
Margaret Bourke-White  |  on Korea  2.8.53
Carl Rowan  |  Asia, As I See It  3.3.55
Maurice Hindus  |  Russia's New Game in Europe  10.25.55
Richard Applegate  |  NBC foreign correspondent  |  Headline: Asia  1.18.56
Dorothy Thompson  |  A Return to Personal Responsibility  3.21.56
Dwight Cooke  |  CBS public affairs analyst  |  You and the World  1956–57
Edward Tomlinson  10.16.56
Roscoe Drummond  |  The State of the World  11.7.57
Hodding Carter  |  Segregation  1.16.58
Drew Pearson  1958–59
Vance Packard  1958–59
Irving R. Levine  |  This is Russia  1.14.60
Stewart Alsop  |  World Report  3.21.60
Willem Oltmans  |  on U.S. diplomacy in Africa  11.10.60  |
    Let's See America Strong  4.18.63
Harrison Salisbury  |  A New Look at the Soviet Challenge  3.16.64
Malcolm Muggeridge  |  An Empire On Which the Sun Never Rises  10.12.64
Sander Vanocur  |  Politics in an Election Year  11.6.64
Marquis Childs  |  Washington Calling  2.8.65
Daniel Schorr  |  Eastern Europe in Transition  10.3.66
Richard L. Tobin  |  managing editor of The Saturday Review  | 
    History in the Making: The Long View  4.5.67
Jack Anderson  |  The Public's Right to Know  9.20.72
William F. Buckley Jr. Some of the Problems of Freedom  11.13.74
Pauline Frederick  |  The United States and the United Nations  11.8.76
Jenkin Lloyd Jones  |  journalist and newspaper editor  1970–71
Judith Crist  |  Every Man His Own Critic  10.12.77
George Plimpton  |  An Amateur Among the Pros  1.30.78
Ben Bradlee  |  Washington and the Press  3.6.79
John Lavine  |  China 1979–2000 — A Firsthand View  1.25.79
Sara Davidson  |  Loose Change: The '60s and '70s in America  2.26.79
James J. Kilpatrick  |  A Candid View of the Big Vote  10.22.80
Ellen Goodman  |  Can We Have It All?  10.19.81
Jack Reynolds  |  NBC News foreign correspondent  |  China: A Class by Itself  3.4.82
Phil Lucas  |  Indian Images in the Media  12.3.81
Georgie Ann Geyer  |  Foreign Correspondent: A Woman in the Field  3.7.85
Ray Anderson  |  foreign correspondent  |  Russian Attitudes on War and Peace
    10.18.84
Jacqui Banaszynski + Jean Pieri  |  Saint Paul Pioneer Press reporter +
    photographer  |  Trail of Tears: Hunger in Ethiopia and the Sudan  11.17.85
Gene Siskel  |  The Movies  11.11.86
Stanley Karnow  |  Revolutions: America, Vietnam and the Philippines  2.17.87
Daniel Schorr  |   Society, Ethics and the Press  4.23.90
Lerone Bennett  |  White History, Black History, and the American Dream  2.11.91
Roger Ebert  |  A Contemporary Look at American Film  9.24.92
Nina Totenberg  |  Covering the Courts: Cases, Convictions and Confirmations
    1.28.93
Molly Ivins  |  Molly Ivins Can't Say That, Can She?  9.23.93
Charlayne Hunter-Gault In My Place: The Struggle for Civil Rights in America
    10.26.94
Frank Deford  |  Sports in America  9.22.95
Yaron Svoray  |  In Hitler's Shadow: The New Nazi Movement in the 1990s  4.15.96
David S. Broder  |  Ann Devroy Memorial Forum  |  Why Journalism Values Matter:
    Reflections on Ann Devroy  5.6.98
Robert McChesney  |  Corporate Media and the Threat to Democracy  9.14.98
David Maraniss  |  Ann Devroy Memorial Forum  |  Ann Devroy, Vince Lombardi and
    Bill Clinton: Which Doesn't Belong, and Why?  4.27.99
Andrew Sullivan  |  The Politics of Homosexuality  2.3.00
Ron Suskind  |  From the Inner City to the Ivy League  2.17.00
Leonard Downie Jr.  |  Ann Devroy Memorial Forum  |  The Future of News  4.27.00
Gwen Ifill  |  Ann Devroy Memorial Forum  |  Politics, Policy and Reality:
    What's Really Going on in Washington, D.C.  5.2.01
Karen DeYoung  |  Ann Devroy Memorial Forum  |  Government and the
    News Media Since 9/11: A Washington Perspective  4.29.02
Seymour Hersh  |  Foreign Policy in an Election Year  10.22.02
Ken Silverstein  |  Making a Killing: The Corporatization of War  11.20.02
Lou Cannon  |  Ann Devroy Memorial Forum  |  Why We Write: 
    Reflections of a Reporter and Biographer  4.24.03
P. J. O’Rourke  |  The Politics of Worry  9.17.03
Andrea Mitchell  |  Ann Devroy Memorial Forum  |  The 2004 Presidential Campaign:
    New Challenges for Broadcast News  4.22.04
Jodi Cobb  |  photographer and photojournalist  |  Hidden Worlds  3.13.03
Mike McCurry  |  Ann Devroy Memorial Forum  |  Spinners and Snarks:
    Troubled Times in the Press-Politician Relationship  4.19.05
Dana Milbank  |  Ann Devroy Memorial Forum  |  Who's Afraid of the
    Big Bad Blog?   4.25.06
Michael Fedo  |  journalist and author of The Lynchings in Duluth  |
    A Life Informed by a Lynching  1.31.07
Todd Hanson + Mike Loew  |  story editor + graphics editor for The Onion  |
    Inside the Onion  2.8.07
Robert Kaiser + Bob Woodward  |  Ann Devroy Memorial Forum  |
    The Importance of Learning the Government's Secrets  4.26.07
Tariq Ali U.S. Foreign Policy: Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan  11.19.08
Amy Goodman  |  Democracy Now!  4.28.10
Jeremy Scahill  |  Blackwater: The Rise of the World's Most Powerful
    Mercenary Army  1.9.10
Josh Rushing  |  What's Wrong with American News? And Why It's Your Fault!
    11.30.11
Dave Zirin  |  Not Just a Game: The Political Education of Sports  3.28.12
Jessica Valenti  |  Purity, Sexism and Activism  10.23.13

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