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Jennifer Dunn

Fellows 2015

Jennifer Dunn is a freelance journalist with a background in public health research and anthropology. She worked in China for nearly a decade, most recently as the lead U.S. ethnographer on a HIV/STI risk and prevention study in Hainan and Guangxi Provinces. She has produced radio reports on many issues in China, including rural development tensions, ethnic minorities, and women’s rights. She has also reported from Colombia on the nation’s internal armed conflict, coffee production, and the environment. Dunn holds a master’s in Chinese Studies from University of Hawaii. She also previously worked as production director at KTUH-FM Honolulu, assistant producer on Peabody Award-winning radio series "Crossing East," and as assistant managing editor for China Review International.  She also received a 2012 PRX Global Story Project Award.

Dunn was awarded a prior fellowship with IRP, reporting from China in 2006.


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