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Miho Hatanaka and her colleagues shared several English abstracts of their work on trauma and stress facing Japanese journalists, including 11 journal articles and six conference presentations. Click here for a brief overview from the Dart Center's Research Director Elana Newman and her University of Tulsa Research Associate, Kelsey Parker.
Miho Hatanaka and her colleagues shared several English abstracts of their work on the impact of trauma and stress on journalists with Elana Newman and Kelsey Parker, who have provided a brief overview of the research findings. Click here for English abstracts from 11 journal articles and six conference presentations.
The Dart Center will co-sponsor the New York City premieres of the inspiring documentaries, Camp 14: Total Control Zone and My Afghanistan: Life in the Forbidden Zone, at this year’s Human Rights Watch Film Festival.
In the wake of a powerful tornado that killed 24 people, survivors returned to the wreckage and began the long process of recovery. The Dart Center offers tipsheets and resources for journalists and news managers covering the disaster's aftermath.
On May 1, 2013, the Dart Center celebrated the 2013 Dart Awards winners and honorable mentions and presented a roundtable discussion. The conversation explored the story-behind-the-story, and drilled down on what's involved in undertaking hard-hitting, humane investigations of trauma and pursuing high-impact collaborations. Dart Foundation Vice President James Lammers and Dart Foundation Program Manager Claudia Deschaine presented the awards.
On Tuesday, the Dart Center hosted a conversation with Pulitzer Prize-winning author Dale Maharidge and Ridenhour Prize-winning journalist Nick Turse about their acclaimed new books which revise our understanding of two very different wars. In Bringing Mulligan Home, Columbia Journalism professor Dale Maharidge goes in search of the ghosts that haunted his WWII veteran father. In Kill Everything that Moves, journalist and historian Nick Turse uncovers secret Pentagon records and tracks down survivors and perpetrators, revealing the brutal consequences of America’s military policy in Vietnam.
For more than two decades, Donna DeCesare photographed gang members and their families in Central America and in refugee communities in the U.S. "Unsettled / Desasosiego" is her bilingual book, featuring those images and the stories of the people she followed. Documentary filmmaker and photographer Mimi Chakarova spoke to DeCesare about the work. With an excerpt from the foreword by Fred Ritchin, author and professor of photography and imaging at NYU.
The Dart Center celebrated the winners and honorable mentions of the 2013 Dart Awards for Excellence in Coverage of Trauma and presented a winners' roundtable discussion. It explored the story-behind-the-story of the winning pieces and honorable mentions; drilled down on what's involved in undertaking hard-hitting, humane investigations of trauma, high-impact collaborations and innovative approaches to making mass traumas personal and individual traumas far-reaching and of broader societal importance.