Visual Journalism

Fall 2000: Photojournalism Introduction

By Visual Journalism September 15, 2000

James Nachtwey’s book “Inferno” is a collection of 382 photographs depicting the horrific brutality and suffering of people who are entrapped by war, famine or political unrest. Its publication offers an opportunity to reflect not only on his extraordinary and courageous career as a photojournalist but on how, in this time of visual onslaught, images such as these are absorbed and their messages acted upon. Read more

1998: Photo Essay

By Visual Journalism December 15, 1999

Widow of Muslim man killed in Banja Luka is comforted. Photo courtesy of Michele McDonald. [This article originally appeared in the Summer 1998 issue of Nieman Reports.] These photos were taken in August, … Read more