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Foreign Reporting (Nieman)

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Michael J. Jordan, a Slovakia-based foreign correspondent, has reported from 25 countries over the past 15 years for the Christian Science Monitor and other publications. Jordan leads the reporting project of the biannual Transitions Online Foreign Correspondence Training Course in Prague. Jordan was a Visiting Scholar at Hong Kong Baptist University during the Fall 2009 semester, teaching in theInternational Journalism program, and also teaches reporting at the University of Sts. Cyril and Methodius in Trnava, Slovakia, and Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic. He blogs at jordanink.wordpress.com/ and can be reached through e-mail at mjjordan23@earthlink.net.

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