Media/Events

Booktease Night of a Thousand Stars and Other Portraits of Iraq. A booktease is a web file that illustrates a set of pages from a book.

Portraits of Iraq
Interview and article by D.K. Row, Oregonian arts critic (Feb. 22, 2008).

Photographers’ Showcase from No Caption Needed: Remembering Iraq. No Caption Needed is the title of both a book and a blog (by professors Robert Hariman and John Louis Lucaites) addressing images addressing “Iconic Photographs, Public Culture, and Liberal Democracy.”

“These images from the early phase of the war in Iraq can be see as aides-memoire for a war already fading into oblivion, and as reminders that war ravages time–by filling it with terror, and creating vast stretches of boredom, and making lifetimes prisons, and giving all that happened the unreality of floating outside of ordinary experience ...”


Images of Iraq: An Oregon writer and photographer discusses war and people

This is Susan Palmer’s story about a public discussion of the Iraq War I led in Eugene, Ore. Aug. 19, at the Eugene Public Library.