Bob Giles

Nieman Fellow1966

About Bob Giles

Bob Giles, a 1966 Nieman Fellow, was curator of the Nieman Foundation from 2000 to 2011.

A Gift Beyond Measure

By 75th Anniversary September 24, 2013

As I prepared to begin my tour as curator during the summer of 2000, I worked at framing a vision of how the Nieman Foundation might build on its legacy of educating journalists while expanding its global reach and … Read more

Remembering Anthony Lewis

By April 12, 2013

Anthony Lewis, a former New York Times reporter and columnist, author, and longtime advocate for free speech and justice, has died at the age of 85. A Nieman Fellow in the class of 1957, Lewis was a constitutional law … Read more

Remembering Tony Lewis

By March 26, 2013

Tony Lewis was a welcome presence at Lippmann House. In my early years as curator, Tony would come by during orientation to help the international fellows understand the history and meaning of the First Amendment. He recognized that many of … Read more

Remembering Tony Lewis

By March 26, 2013

Anthony Lewis at his home in Cambridge, Massachusetts in January 2013. Photo by Jonathan Seitz Tony Lewis was a welcome presence at Lippmann House. In my early years as curator, Tony would come by during … Read more