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A Tribute to Donald Gillmor: An Introduction

An Introduction to the tributes paid by his colleagues and students

Gillmor "Roasted" in 2009

 

gillmorheadshotBY JOHN J. BRESLIN

 

John J. Breslin's 2009 news report on "Gillmor 'Roasted'"

 

 

A Tribute to Don Gillmor

Courtesy Photo: Silha InstituteBY WILLIAM A. BABCOCK

 

William A. Babcock looks back on a scholar in "A Tribute to Don Gillmor"

       

 

 

On the Shoulders of Giants: Don Gillmor

Courtesy Photo: Silha Insitute

BY A. DAVID GORDON  

A. David Gordon's "On the Shoulders of Giants: Don Gillmor" (from Media Ethics, Spring 2000)



 

 

 

 
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