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Jeannine Baker is a postdoctoral fellow at Macquarie University. The thesis that was the starting point for this book was awarded the Dennis-Wettenhall Prize for the best Australian history postgraduate thesis at the University of Melbourne. She was the 2004 Nancy Keesing Fellow at the State Library of NSW. Jeannine is a former TV and radio producer herself.
"Jeannine Baker peels away the layers of self-protection, fear and even excitement to reveal what it is really like to be a female foreign correspondent, especially one who covers war. To bear witness is never easy. But how a woman does this is often more challenging than for her male counterparts. This book bears witness to the stories and the challenges of the many women who have ventured away from the safety of a newsroom in to the fields of turmoil to report home. It is a fascinating and confronting read written by a compassionate author, who is as curious as any foreign correspondent could possibly be." Monica Attard OAM, Walkley Award winning journalist, former ABC Russia correspondent"