• The Ethics of Syrian War & the Techniques of Video Advocacy In a controversial media campaign that aims to teach the Geneva Code to Syrian rebel fighters, the most overlooked aspect might be the emotions. WITNESS May 31, 2013
  • New Media History and Research on Rights, War, and Memory From researcher and guest blogger Karl Arthur Baumann, currently doing research and interviews here at WITNESS, about his project: The recent events in Iran have proven once again the potency and conscience raising capabilities of current communications technologies, vis a vis Youtube, Facebook, and Twitter. But to what extent have they created active responses? The […] WITNESS July 15, 2009
  • Garbage bag of history There's a wonderful quote in a Talk of the Town piece in this week's New Yorker. The piece covers the opening of an exhibit of work by the late Pulitzer Prize-winning Vietnam War photographer Eddie Adams; many of the images have never been displayed before, having been not long ago discovered in plastic garbage bags in the garage of Adams' first wife. WITNESS March 27, 2009