Harry Browne is Senior Lecturer in the School of Media at Technological University Dublin, where he is coordinator of the Centre for Critical Media Literacy. An experienced journalist, he is the author of three books: Hammered by the Irish (Counterpunch/AK Press 2008), The Frontman (Verso, 2013, with other editions in Spanish and Italian) and Public Sphere (Cork University Press, 2018). His journalism also appears in Great Irish Reportage (Penguin Ireland, 2013). He has co-authored three reports in collaboration with researchers with intellectual disabilities: on short school days for children with disabilities (2019) experiences of the Covid-19 crisis for adults with intellectual disabilities (2020), and media coverage of education issues with people with intellectual disabilities (2022). He holds qualifications from Harvard and Columbia universities in the US, and from Dublin City University and TU Dublin. He has worked on a journalism-education project in Ukraine with BBC World Service Trust, and as a Council of Europe appointed expert in 'Ethical Journalism’ as part of project to combat discrimination, hate crimes and hate speech in Georgia. He is active in anti-war, solidarity and social-justice campaigns.