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Jacqui Ewart

Griffith University
Associate professor

Associate Professor Jacqui Ewart was a journalist and media manager for a decade and has researched and written about news media coverage of cultural diversity and Muslims for more than 20 years. She is the leader of the award winning Reporting Islam project, which is developing resources to help journalists when reporting on stories involving Muslims. Jacqui is the author of Haneef: A Question of Character and co-author of Media Framing of the Muslim World: Conflicts, Crises and Contexts. She also researches communication before during and after disasters. Reporting Islam: reportingislam.org / Twitter: @jacquiewart