PST, THIRD COAST IS BACK THIS FALL — in a new, virtual world. Join us for much-needed audio community & inspiration in: Third Place.

Beyond the Frontlines

News correspondent Jamie Tarabay spent much of the past decade reporting from some of the world's most high-profile conflict zones, including two years as NPR's Baghdad bureau chief.

News correspondent Jamie Tarabay spent much of the past decade reporting from some of the world's most high-profile conflict zones, including two years as NPR's Baghdad bureau chief.

Over time, she shifted her focus away from the military conflict to report on how people manage life amid bombs and chaos. In Beyond the Frontlines, Tarabay shares lessons learned while reporting from war zones, and offers insights that are applicable where ever there are fiercely differing views, touchy subjects, and hard-to-reach interviewees.


Featuring

Jamie Tarabay

Since 2000, Jamie Tarabay has worked as a foreign correspondent, living in and covering some of the world's highest-profile conflict regions. In 2007, she was part of the NPR News team that won the Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia University Award for coverage of the war in Iraq. Tarabay is currently embarking on a two-year project for NPR, reporting on America's Muslims. Australian by birth and Lebanese by heritage, Tarabay grew up in Sydney, Berlin, and Beirut.