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Deborah Campbell is an award-winning writer who has spent the past decade reporting from such places as Iran, Syria, Lebanon, Egypt, Jordan, Qatar, Colombia, Cuba, and Russia. Much of her work is immersive journalism that involves living among the societies she covers. She teaches narrative nonfiction writing at the University of British Columbia and guest lectures widely.

The Most Hated Name in News: Can Al-Jazeera English Save Journalism? (The Walrus) Exodus: Where Will Iraq Go Next? (Harper’s) Iran’s Quiet Revolution (The Walrus) War Artist (Canadian Art)
The Most Hated Name in News (The Walrus) Exodus: Where Will Iraq Go Next? (Harper’s) Can Journalism Be Art? Iran’s Quiet Revolution (The Walrus) A Saint for Lost Souls: Death Cult of the Drug Lords? (Foreign Policy) War Artist (Canadian Art)