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Developing News Photography: The Post-WWII Rise of Normative Photojournalism Instruction in Liberal Arts Journalism Education
Unformatted Document Text:  12 exposure. While students were required to shoot and develop several prints during the semester, the majority of semester grade was based on midterm and final exams. 31 From its earliest days, the DJPR was actively seeking to create a mainstream curriculum across all subjects, including in the area of photojournalism education. Evidence that the DJPR was actively patterning itself after other schools came in the late 1950s, as the department sought to restructure its curriculum. The department head, Alfred Crowell, wrote letters to deans at prominent schools and departments around the country inquiring about their curricular structure, what classes they offered, what classes were required versus elective, and how many credit hours 31 “Final Exam J-181,” Press Photography/ Photojournalism. JOUR181. 1952-1961, series 1.3, box 11, College of Journalism records, Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries. “Final Exam, Jan 21, 1954,” Press Photography/ Photojournalism. JOUR181. 1952-1961, series 1.3, box 11, College of Journalism records, Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries. “Final Exam I, C. 1955,” Press Photography/ Photojournalism. JOUR181. 1952-1961, series 1.3, box 11, College of Journalism records, Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries. “Final Exam, Spring 1960, J-181,” Press Photography/ Photojournalism. JOUR181. 1952-1961, series 1.3, box 11, College of Journalism records, Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries. “Final Exam Photography J-181,” Press Photography/ Photojournalism. JOUR181. 1952-1961, series 1.3, box 11, College of Journalism records, Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries. “J-181 Press Photography, Final Exam, W. Noall,” Press Photography/ Photojournalism. JOUR181. 1952-1961, series 1.3, box 11, College of Journalism records, Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries. “J-181 Final Examination,” Press Photography/ Photojournalism. JOUR181. 1952-1961, series 1.3, box 11, College of Journalism records, Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries.

Authors: Paddock, Stanton.
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12 
exposure. While students were required to shoot and develop several prints during the semester, 
the majority of semester grade was based on midterm and final exams.
 31 
 
From its earliest days, the DJPR was actively seeking to create a mainstream curriculum 
across all subjects, including in the area of photojournalism education. Evidence that the DJPR 
was actively patterning itself after other schools came in the late 1950s, as the department sought 
to restructure its curriculum. The department head, Alfred Crowell, wrote letters to deans at 
prominent schools and departments around the country inquiring about their curricular structure, 
what classes they offered, what classes were required versus elective, and how many credit hours 
                                                 
31 
“Final Exam J-181,” Press Photography/ Photojournalism. JOUR181. 1952-1961, series 1.3, 
box 11, College of Journalism records, Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries. 
“Final Exam, Jan 21, 1954,” Press Photography/ Photojournalism. JOUR181. 1952-1961, series 
1.3, box 11, College of Journalism records, Special Collections, University of Maryland 
Libraries. 
“Final Exam I, C. 1955,” Press Photography/ Photojournalism. JOUR181. 1952-1961, series 1.3, 
box 11, College of Journalism records, Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries. 
“Final Exam, Spring 1960, J-181,” Press Photography/ Photojournalism. JOUR181. 1952-1961, 
series 1.3, box 11, College of Journalism records, Special Collections, University of Maryland 
Libraries. 
“Final Exam Photography J-181,” Press Photography/ Photojournalism. JOUR181. 1952-1961, 
series 1.3, box 11, College of Journalism records, Special Collections, University of Maryland 
Libraries. 
“J-181 Press Photography, Final Exam, W. Noall,” Press Photography/ Photojournalism. 
JOUR181. 1952-1961, series 1.3, box 11, College of Journalism records, Special Collections, 
University of Maryland Libraries. 
“J-181 Final Examination,” Press Photography/ Photojournalism. JOUR181. 1952-1961, series 
1.3, box 11, College of Journalism records, Special Collections, University of Maryland 
Libraries. 


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