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Ingrid Bejerman

Part Time Teaching

Department: Journalism

Faculty: Arts and Science

Ingrid Bejerman
Phone: (514) 848-2424


journalism, journalism education, international journalism, professionalization of journalists, journalistic theory, communication theory, media theory, cultural studies, sociology of professions, media criticism, Latin American affairs, discourse analysis, Global South Studies

Languages spoken:

English, French, Spanish, Portuguese

Ingrid Bejerman is a journalist, scholar and cultural manager specializing in cultural reportage, Latin American matters, and journalism training. She served as reporter and columnist for the leading São Paulo daily O Estado de S. Paulo in Brazil, as programme coordinator for the Gabriel García Márquez Foundation for Journalists in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia, and as director of the Cátedra Latinoamericana Julio Cortázar at the University of Guadalajara, Mexico. She is a programming consultant for prestigious literary events in the Americas, including Blue Metropolis, the Montreal International Literary Festival. Bejerman holds a doctorate degree from McGill University, where her work focuses on the institutionalization and professionalization of journalism. She currently coordinates the Canada in the Americas initiative at the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada.

B.A., Concordia University 1996 (Études françaises, Journalism/Communication Studies)
M.A., McGill University 1998 (Communication Studies)
Ph.D., McGill University 2011 (Communication Studies)

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