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Orphans of the Universe

Throughout their history, the Kurdish people have been the victims of geopolitics. Consistently entangled by conflicts in the oil-rich territories along the borders of Iran, Iraq, Syria, and Turkey; exploited and betrayed first by colonial nations and Cold War superpowers; and suffering the genocidal campaigns of Saddam Hussein, the...

July 25, 2017

July 19, 2013

“American Photographs” Then and Now

The roots of American photojournalism are firmly planted in the images of many dedicated photographers, like Walker Evans, who helped shape the record our history with the Farm Security Administration (FSA) photography project. In 1935 the FSA hired photographers to document the Great Depression and the plight of those...

July 08, 2013

Evolution of War Photography

With Independence Day at our heels, the United States basks in reverence of the history of our 237 year old nation. As we watch firework displays and sing along to patriotic tunes, we remember not only the day the Declaration of Independence was signed, but also the fight it...

March 18, 2013

A Decade of Images from the War in Iraq

The day I first heard our country was going to war with Iraq is still so fresh in my mind – it seems like it could have been yesterday. In reality “yesterday” was ten years ago. Ten years of history have since been made, and ten years of history...