Barry Turner

University of Lincoln

Barry Turner is a senior lecturer in the Lincoln School of English and Journalism at the University of Lincoln, UK. His teaching focuses on law and the media, science and environmental journalism, reporting of conflict, terrorism, and war. Before becoming an academic, Barry worked as a lawyer in the criminal justice system. His previous research interests include the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder on war veterans and victims of medical accidents. Currently, he is involved in researching reporting on terrorism and medical science. He is joint editor of Routledge’s Specialist Journalism.

Books published with us

Title Reporting from the Wars 1850 – 2015 [Hardback]
Subtitle The origins and evolution of the war correspondent
Edition 1st
ISBN 978-1-62273-101-5
Published in January 2018
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