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Today, Sunday, December 18, no women are mentioned by name on the front page of The New York Times. Listed above are the names of the men who are included. Journalists are not included. Elaine Kaufmann’s website Tweet

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Today, Wednesday December 7, there are no women mentioned by name on the front page of The New York Times. Listed above are the names of the men who are included. Journalists are not included in either group. Elaine Kaufmann’s website Tweet

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During the past month, I have kept track of the men and women who are mentioned by name on the front page of The New York Times. Here are the overall statistics for the month: number of females in text–110 (19%) number of males in text–475 (81%) Elaine Kaufmann’s website Tweet

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For this project, I have been keeping track of the men and women who are named on the front page of The New York Times. The men are listed above the date; the women below. Elaine Kaufmann’s website Tweet

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I am continuing to keep track of the names of men and women who are mentioned on the front page of The New York Times. Men appear above the date; women below. Over the past week, fifteen women’s names (12%) have been included on the front page while 126 men’s names have (88%). Elaine Kaufmann’s […]

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I am continuing to keep track of the men and women who are named on the front page of The New York Times. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is the only woman who is mentioned by name today. Elaine Kaufmann’s website Tweet

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Above are the names of individuals appearing on the front page of today’s New York Times (excluding journalists). Men appear above the date; women below. Penny Marshall is the only woman mentioned today. Tweet

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The above list includes the names of every person that appears on the front page of The New York Times today, organized by gender. Since the month is half over, I also looked back over the lists since the beginning of October to figure out the percentage of men and women for the first fifteen […]

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Today, two out of twenty-six of the names on the front page of The New York Times are women–7.7%. This absence of women is thrown into relief by an article on page A11 of the Times–”Facing Cuts, a City Repeals Its Domestic Violence Law.” Because of the City Council vote, domestic violence is no longer […]

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I have continued to record the men and women whose names are mentioned on the front page of The New York Times. Today The Times reported on the three women–Leymah Gbowee, Tawakkol Karman, and President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf of Liberia–who were awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. Karman was the only one of the three who […]

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Included above are the images from the front page of The New York Times during the past week where either men or women are named in the caption. The images of men are along the top edge; the images of women are along the bottom. Both of the women featured were on the front page […]

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The front page of today’s New York Times mentions 22 people. The only woman included is Sarah Palin. Elaine Kaufmann’s website Tweet

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I am continuing to track the names of men and women who appear on the front page of The New York Times. Four out of the nine women mentioned today were included in the article,”Italian Court Reverses American Student’s ’09 Murder Conviction.” Elaine Kaufmann’s website Tweet

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I have recorded the names of individuals who appear on the front page of today’s New York Times, excluding the authors of front page articles. They are organized by gender. Today, no women are named in any of the front page articles. Elaine Kaufmann’s website Tweet

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Listed above are the names of individuals who appeared on the front page of today’s New York Times. They are organized by gender. Excluded are authors of front page articles. Elaine Kaufmann’s website Tweet

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During the five hours or so it took me to cut the words out of this half page, I was listening to an interview with political theorist Benjamin Barber. A straight shooter, Barber, basically said that with a millitary and vice President appointed by Mubarak in power in Egypt, the meaningful change desired by protesters […]

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The third in the time piece series helps me keep the rhythm of the night. This is the rythim of my life. Amid all the chaos that seems to be the top headlines of news networks today, rhythm somehow seems to be comforting for me.  A tool to focus my mind while it is with those who […]

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This is an article from Feb. 6. Trying to get my head around all that the action of cutting the words out implies. Article by David Kirkpatrick Photo by Ed Ou for the New York Times Tweet

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The first page of an article in which I am cutting out all the wording. I also feel at a loss when trying to comprehend all that is going on in this part of the world, not to mention the broader implications for what it all means in regards to international relationships. My small protest […]

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I’m packing to move apartments this week, and sometimes a newspaper is just a newspaper.  You save them for a few days and wrap up your dishes.  There is something easy and comforting in the simplicity of it all. Tweet

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1.14.11 Lorie Novak

January 14, 2011 by

Picturing Tragedy NY Times,  January 9 – January 14, 2011, the 6 days after the shooting in Tucson Tweet

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1.10.11 Lorie Novak

January 11, 2011 by

Out My Window Looking through the news. Inspired by the previous responses to this photograph from the front page of the Times on January 10. Tweet

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1.6.11 Lorie Novak

January 6, 2011 by

A trip to the Price Chopper (or It’s all about editing) Tweet

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I wake up, start coffee, click my keyboard, hit the send/receive.  Reach out the front door, get the NY Times, finish making coffee and read the paper….  Today I read the news on my phone on the train riding back from a friend’s overnight party in New Jersey.  Over the course of the day, I […]

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