NPR's Hagerty discusses culture wars, faith, election, Oct. 19
Posted October 14, 2004; 10:14 a.m.
Barbara Bradley Hagerty, religion correspondent for National Public Radio, will present a lecture on "Culture Wars, Faith and the Race for the Presidency: Stories From a Reporter's Notebook" at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 19, in 16 Robertson Hall.
Hagerty recently produced a series for NPR's "Morning Edition" on the faith of presidential candidates George W. Bush and John Kerry.
A reporter at NPR since 1995, she also has served as the Justice Department correspondent, reporting on stories ranging from the impeachment hearings of President Clinton and the Florida election, to trends in the legal system. She was a lead correspondent covering the investigation into the Sept. 11 attacks, and her reporting was part of NPR's coverage that earned the network the 2001 Peabody and Overseas Press Club awards.
This lecture is part of a series, "The Crossroads of Religion and Politics," sponsored by the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and the Center for the Study of Religion .
Contact: Tom Bartus (609) 258-3601