8 edition of Shooting war found in the catalog.
Catapulted into media stardom when he inadvertently captures a terrorist bombing on film and posts it online, anti-corporate blogger Jimmy Burns sets off for Iraq to become a truth-telling war correspondent but is rapidly traumatized by the region"s realities.
|Statement||written by Anthony Lappé ; illustrated by Dan Goldman.|
|Genre||Comic books, strips, etc.|
|LC Classifications||PN6727.L365 S56 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||2007927397|
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Shooting war: photography and the American experience of combat. [Susan D Moeller] -- Examines what combat photographers have seen and felt and their influence on the public. Shooting war. New York: Basic Books, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Susan D Moeller. Find more information about: ISBN. What emerges from these interviews and analyses is a different, unique appreciation of the world of the war and conflict photographer. In addition to opening a new line of investigation into photographers and conflict, the book includes a definitive foreword by Sir Harold Evans, himself a world-renowned commentator on conflict and photography.
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Lappe & Goldman's "Shooting War" is a fast-paced, gorgeously illustrated rollercoaster ride through a predicted future of the state of war in the Middle East.
The hypothesis is that the conflict won't be over by (of course, it has been going on, "with or without" the USA for decades) and a video-blogger, Jimmy Burns, /5(22). What emerges from these interviews and analyses is a different, unique appreciation of the world of the war and conflict photographer.
In addition Shooting war book opening a new line of investigation into photographers and conflict, the book includes a definitive foreword by Sir Harold Evans, himself a world-renowned commentator on conflict and photography.
A comprehensive index of photographer biographies and the wars /5(5). With the sensitivity and involvement of a photographer, and the insights and persistence of a historian, when has made Shooting War a landmark book that is not only about the photographers who have covered the wars but also one of the strongest and most perceptive books yet about war itself."-Carl Mydans, staff photographer, Time, and one of the five /5(6).
Shooting War is another example of a comic book with a message: war is bad, and America and the mainstream media are bad too. In the interest of full disclosure the author's politics are not mine, but I do enjoy reading what others who may disagree with my politics think/5.
Shooting Wars is a brilliant novel, one that I found deeply engaging on a variety of levels: for starters we get informative analysis and insightful historical fiction that captures and reveals the sexual and political dynamics of the second half of 20th century America as well as any novel I 5/5(5).
"Shooting War" provides a unique understanding of what the profession of conflict photographer entails. When you next come across photographs of war or conflict and you marvel at the content, or recoil from it depending on your sensitivities, pause for a moment and reflect on the men and women behind the lens 5/5(2).
This is a great book which chronicles the war-time exploits of Otto Giese. It starts with his childhood and his decision to go to sea which led to probably one of the most interesting experiences during the war. He starts out on the SS Columbus, a German passenger-liner. when hostilities commenced/5(13).
Shooting War brings into sharp focus the violence of conflict – and the impact on the photographers who cover it Stephanie Nolen Latin America Bureau Chief Published Decem Updated. Shooting War is a full-color page hardcover graphic novel published by Grand Central Publishing (US) and Weidenfeld & Nicolson (UK).
Buy it now fromWaterstones, Barnes & or your local comics shop. Just 10 days after the deaths at Kent State, shots rang out at a predominantly black college in the South.
Two youths were killed and a dozen wounded in the shooting by police at Jackson State in. This is a great book which chronicles the war-time exploits of Otto Giese. It starts with his childhood and his decision to go to sea which led to probably one of the most interesting experiences during the war.
He starts out on the SS Columbus, a German passenger-liner. when hostilities commenced/5. Anthony Feinstein, author of the book Shooting War, is a Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto and a neuropsychiatrist. His research and clinical work focuses on people with multiple sclerosis, traumatic brain injury and Conversion Disorder.
War contains 18 profiles of photographers exploring their lives as filters between. Moeller (history, Princeton) brings her experience as a photojournalist to bear on her study of war photography in the five major American wars of the century. She identifies the factors that shape the images: the moral position of the photographer, the official censorship of the media; government propaganda needs; technological advances in weaponry and camera equipment.
But what makes Sam Watkins’ account of his time as a private in Co. H, 1st Tennessee Infantry, through Shiloh and Chickamauga, most poignant is his determination to cut through the romanticization of his fellow s memoirists and get the “real war”—the drilling, killing, and shooting—into the books.
Eric Foner, The Fiery Trial (). Get this from a library. Shooting war. [Anthony Lappé; Dan Goldman] -- Catapulted into media stardom when he inadvertently captures a terrorist bombing on film and posts it online, anti-corporate blogger Jimmy Burns sets off for Iraq to become a truth-telling war.
Shooting War Book Review from @kleffnotes Anthony Feinstein examines the people behind the lens in his work, Shooting War. As a professor of psychiatry at the University of Toronto, Feinstein uses his expertise to create profiles of 18 conflict photographers. On Killing: The Psychological Cost of Learning to Kill in War and Society is a book by Dave Grossman exploring the psychology of the act of killing, and the military and law enforcement establishments' attempt to understand and deal with the consequences of killing.
The book is based on S.L.A. Marshall 's studies from World War II, which Author: Dave Grossman. Dan Goldman Links: BOOK SITE: Shooting War -AUTHOR SITE: Anthony Lappe (GNN) -AUTHOR SITE: Dan Goldman -INTERVIEW: An illustration of news at war: How a graphic novel paints an all-too-real picture of future journalism, global conflict (Jason Notte, Metro Boston News) -PROFILE: Crossover Dreams: Turning Free Web Work Into Real Book Sales 3/5.
BUY: Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Powell’s The full-length graphic novel that tells the story of Jimmy Burns, an American blogger reporting on the war in Iraq in First published as a part webcomic on SMITH, Shooting War has been called “stunningly rendered” by Newsweek.
The Huffington Post says it’s “the book that will make you look smart if you put it on your coffee. Shooting the Moon is a book about war, love, life and death.
Set during the Vietnam war, 12 year old Jamie believes in the war and wishes that she could enlist herself to show her patriotism. She comes from a military family in which her father is a Colonel and her older brother just was enlisted as a medic/5.
Shooting the war Item Preview remove-circle Internet Archive Language English. Notes. Page are corrupt in the original book. Access-restricted-item true Internet Archive Books. Scanned in China. Uploaded by Tracey Gutierres on J SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata) Pages: Susan Moeller, author of Shooting War, is interviewed.
Moeller discusses the impact of photojournalism on the coverage of war. The Spanish-American War is presented as the first case in which photographs brought the reality of war home to Americans. *This transcript was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.Shooting War shows what life was like for the people who took photographs of the brave soldiers that fought World War Two.
The film comes to DVD with a standard full-frame transfer. The English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital Stereo. English, Spanish, and 5/5(1).