2013 The Eighteenth Annual Douglas W. Bryant Lecture
This lecture entitled 'From Acadie to Arab Spring: Reflections on America's Place in the World'
was given by Lyse Doucet on 13 May 2013, in the British Library
|Lyse Doucet © Ander McIntyre|
Born in the Acadian heartland of eastern Canada, BBC Presenter and Chief International
Correspondent Lyse Doucet has been reporting from around the world for the past thirty
years. Her BBC work includes postings in Abidjan, Kabul, Islamabad, Tehran, Amman,
and Jerusalem. In recent years her travel has often taken her to the Middle East,
including Syria, as well as to Afghanistan and Pakistan. Lyse was educated at
Queen's University (Kingston, Ontario) and the University of Toronto. Her
work has won a series of journalism awards and she holds honorary doctorates
from universities in both Canada and the UK.
Listen to the podcast of the lecture (MP3) or read the published text (PDF).
|Philip Davies, (Director of the Eccles Centre), Catherine Eccles, British Library CEO Roly Keating, Viscount Eccles, Lyse Doucet, Vicountess Eccles
© Ander McIntyre|
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