Between War and Peace
Top of Mind with Julie Rose - Radio Archive, Episode 102 , Segment 5
Episode: Housing Segregation, Moby Dick, Between War and Peace
- Jul 14, 2015 9:00 pm
- 37:36 mins
Guest: James Hill, Pulitzer Prize winner There are certain photographs that have become iconic and our culture and history: New York’s Twin Towers in flames, the lone protester staring down a tank in Tiananmen Square, a 9-year old Vietnamese napalm-victim fleeing naked. Powerful photographs certainly impact those who look at them. What impact do these images, particularly those that document violence, have on the person behind the lens? The stories behind the photographs are part of what makes award-winning photojournalist James Hill’s new book so fascinating. Somewhere Between War and Peace is a retrospective of his 20 plus years documenting war and politics in the world’s most dangerous places. Link to the photos from Somewhere Between War and Peace. Viewer discretion advised.