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Resources for students and faculty at the UBC School of Journalism, Writing, and Media and others interested in the discipline.

New Books in Journalism at UBC Library

Unbroken : my fight for survival, hope, and justice for Indigenous women and girls
The Postmedia effect : how vulture capitalism is wrecking our news
The Thematic Evolution of Sports Journalism's Narrative of Mental Illness
Printer's Devils : a feisty newspaper Printer's devils : a feisty pioneer newspaper shaped the history of British Columbia, 1895-1925
The Book of Veles
How to stand up to a dictator : the fight for our future
State of the Free Press 2022
Journalism and the pandemic : essays on adaptation and innovation
The madness : a memoir of war, fear and PTSD
Understanding risks and crises through the media
Big men fear me : the fast life and quick death of Canada's most powerful media mogul
6+1 proposals for journalism : safeguarding the field in the digital era

Style Books and Handbooks


Books on Journalism

The UBC Library uses the Library of Congress (LC) classification system to organize its materials. Materials relevant to journalism students can be found in all call number ranges, but journalism does have its own area as well. Browse the shelves in PN 4699-5650.

The Library also employs the Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH) to organize its materials in the catalogue and promote findability of materials. Some relevant subject headings for Journalism include: