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Office Location: RCE 244 (Brantford)
Office Hours: (for PO333) Winter 2014: Thursdays, 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. by appointment only
LL.M in International Law, Leiden University, Specialization in International Criminal Law
Master in the Studies of Law, Yale Law School. Areas of focus: U.S./Canada Constitutional Law; Extraordinary Rendition
Honours Bachelor of Arts, University of Ottawa, Major in Social Communication
Yale Law School Scholarship/ J.S. Knight Fellow In Journalism & Law
CanWest Global Research Fellow, University of Western Ontario, Faculty of Information & Media Studies
Mr. Rose has been an assistant professor of journalism since 2006. His research interests include journalism theory and practice; freedom of expression, , international law, human rights.
He is Editor of the Law Section, J-Source, Canadian Journalism Project
Mr. Rose is also an award winning journalist. He worked in the public and private sectors for more than two decades. He held various positions including, General Assignment Reporter, Senior Producer, Executive Producer, and Project Manager on multi-media projects. His work has taken him to locations that include Ghana, South Africa, Vietnam, Northern Ireland, Russia, Italy, New York, Washington and Los Angeles. From 2006-2010 Thomas was a contributing columnist for the online news service of CBC.
LINKS TO SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
Rose, Thomas, (2012): A Human Rights-Based Approach to Journalism: Ghana, Journal of International Communication, DOI:10.1080/13216597.2012.737347
Rose, Thomas, (2009): "Reporters without Borders" Encyclopedia of Human Rights. Ed. David P. Forsythe. © Oxford University Press. Encyclopedia of Human Rights: (e-reference edition). Oxford University Press. Winner of the 2010 Dartmouth Medal
Rose, Thomas. (2002): “A Delicate Balance: Extradition, Sovereignty, and Individual Rights in the United States and Canada.” The Yale Journal of International Law 27:193-215.
Journalists, lock up your cellphones, Feb. 25, 2013, http://j-source.ca/category/rights-wrongs/law
Journalists can now tweet from Ontario courtrooms—but what does that mean, exactly?, Feb. 13, 2013, http://j-source.ca/category/rights-wrongs/law