More than 400 Nieman alumni and affiliates from around the world gathered in Cambridge Sept. 27-29 to celebrate the Nieman Foundation’s 75th anniversary. Guests met with leading thinkers from Harvard to discuss innovative ideas and the future of journalism.
Videos of Saturday sessions are now available, including LBJ biographer Robert A. Caro, NF ’66, discussing his life’s work with The Washington Post‘s Anne Hull, NF ’95; “The 90-Minute Nieman,” a lightning-round of talks with seven leading thinkers from Harvard and MIT; Jane Mayer of The New Yorker discussing her work after receiving the I.F. Stone Medal for Journalistic Independence; . Summaries of reunion events can also be found in our Live Blog Archives and on our Twitter page.
Learn more about the Nieman Foundation, moments that have mattered in journalism and our benefactor, Agnes Wahl Nieman, in our special 75th anniversary issue of Nieman Reports.
Also read 75 and getting younger: Nieman Foundation for Journalism evolves to meet changing times in the Harvard Gazette
And find profiles of some of Nieman’s most outstanding storytellers in Nieman Storyboard’s Featured Fellows series; check out Storyboard 75: The big book of narrative, a collection of some of the most popular posts from Storyboard’s archive; and learn more about Nieman’s Arts & Culture Fellowships.