Dorothea Harahan on her portrayal of Dickey Chapelle
Actor Dorothea Harahan talks about working on the film and learning about the lives of the featured reporters.
Dorothea Harahan on portraying Dickey Chapelle in No Job For a Woman
Actor Dorothea Harahan describes her new found passion for war photographer Dickey Chapelle, whom she portrayed in “No Job For a Woman.”
What were the restrictions on women war reporters during WWII?
Journalism Historian Joyce Hoffman describes the restrictions on women war reporters during WWII.
How did the restrictions on women reporters affect their reporting?
Historian Maureen Beasely discusses how the restrictions on women reporting from the front lines led to more coverage on the perspectives of non-combatants.
Why did Dickey Chapelle Want to Report War?
Scholar Joyce Hoffmann describes why photographer Dickey Chapelle wanted to report war.
What was the rationale for the restrictions on women reporters?
Cynthia Enloe describes the rationale for restricting women war reporters.
What happened to the “woman’s angle” story during WWII?
Journalism Historian Maurine Beasley describes what happened to the “woman’s angle” story during WWII.
Do you know when you’ve taken an iconic photograph of war?
War photographer Susan Meiselas talks about the process of capturing an iconic image.
Was it difficult being a female and a war photographer in Afghanistan?
War photographer Deborah Copaken Kogan discusses the challenges she faced while working in Afghanistan.
Do women tell a different story of war than men?
Martha Teichner describes an experience as a war reporter in South Africa. Do women cover war differently war than men?
How do you know when you’ve found a war story?
NPR Middle East Correspondent Deborah Amos describes how she knows when she’s found a war story.
How would you describe the moral dilemma of war?
Times of London correspondent Janine Di Giovanni describes the moral dilemma of covering a war.
What is Martha Gellhorn’s legacy?
Biographer Caroline Moorehead describes Martha Gellhorn’s legacy.
Actor Elyse Mirto describes portraying Martha Gellhorn
Actor Elyse Mirto on portraying Martha Gellhorn.
What kind of war reporter was Ruth Cowan?
Journalism historian Maurine Beasley describes Ruth Cowan’s reporting during WWII.
How did the restrictions on women reporters affect their reporting?
Journalism Historian Maurine Beasley explains how the restrictions on women reporters affected their reporting.
Audience reaction to “No Job For a Woman” directed by Michele Midori Fillion
The audience reaction to “No Job For a Woman”, directed by Michele Midori Fillion, sneak preview screening at the Intrepid Air Sea and Space Museum.
No Job For a Woman Opening Clip
Before World War II, war reporting was considered NO JOB FOR A WOMAN.  But when American female reporters fought and won access to cover the war, there was another battle to fight: Women would be banned from the frontlines, prevented from covering Front Page stories, and assigned “woman’s angle” stories.  Instead, they turned their second-class […]