Introduction 1. Reporting from the Ruins 2. Six Days and Seventy-Three 3. Not just writing about it, living it 4. The Roadmap, Reporting, and Religion 5. Going back Two Thousand Years all the Time 6. The Ambassador's Eyes and Ears 7. Social Media, a Real Battleground 8. Holy Land
James Rodgers is an author and journalist. His previous books are Reporting Conflict (2012) and No Road Home: Fighting for Land and Faith in Gaza (2013). A former BBC correspondent in Moscow, Brussels, and Gaza, James lectures in Journalism at City University London, UK.
"Headlines From the Holy Land is a readable and interesting examination of news coverage of what is now known as `the Israeli-Palestinian conflict' ... . The caliber of the writing and reporting make this a good read for anyone interested in foreign correspondents at war, and Rodgers's insights make it worth reading for anyone interested in the crisis." (Catherine Cassara, Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, Vol. 94 (2), February, 2017)