Nitze Senior FellowsSophie Delaunay
T. R. Reid
Kathleen Kennedy Townsend
David E. Sanger
Edward P. Jones
Thomas Penfield Jackson
Benjamin L. Cardin
Paul H. Nitze Senior Fellow 2004-05
Diane Rehm, nationally syndicated talk-show host of NPR's daily "The Diane Rehm Show"
The award-winning program "The Diane Rehm Show" has been distributed by National Public Radio since 1995 to stations across the nation and the world to more than 1.4 million listeners. Ms. Rehm has also forged a successful career as a writer. In Finding My Voice, now in its fourth printing, the host talks about her childhood, marriage, broadcast career, and vocal difficulties. Together with her husband, John, she co-authored the book, "Toward Commitment: A Dialogue about Marriage."
Nitze Scholars in the NITZ 181--Leadership Tutorial in spring 2005 read her book Finding My Voice, and discussed it with her at a seminar session.
The theme of her three visits was the importance of civil dialogue: in public discouse, in private discourse, and in campus discourse.
November 17 "Civil Discourse and the Public Airwaves: 25 years of the Diane Rehm Show"
February 21 "Civil Dialogue in Private Discourse," with her husband and co-author John Rehm
March 21 "Civil Discourse and Campus Dialogue: A discussion panel of students with Diane Rehm as interviewer"