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Episode 35: A. D. Coleman (Historical Photography)

ARCHIVE EPISODE: Today we chat with A. D. Coleman, photography critic and historian, about the history, legacy and controversy of the famous Robert Capa.  Known for his groundbreaking photography [...]

Episode 89: Louie Palu (Documentary Photography)

Louie Palu is a documentary photographer and filmmaker whose work focuses on social political issues such as war, human rights and poverty.  Today Molly will be discussing his amazing [...]

Episode 88: Anastasia Taylor-Lind & Alisa Sopova (Conflict Photography)

Today’s guests work together in Ukraine, exploring the impact of war on the daily life of civilians, as well as combatants.  Together they join poetry, anthropology, photography and journalism [...]

Episode 81: Eman Mohammed (Conflict Photography)

This week, Eman Mohammed, an award-winning photojournalist and Saudi-born, Palestinian-American, joins the podcast. Eman currently serves as a Senior Ted fellow based in Washington, DC however, her photographic journey began [...]

Episode 80: Lorissa Rinehart (Conflict Photography) 

Lorissa Rinehart joins the podcast this week to discuss her fascinating writing on art, war, and how they go hand in hand. She dives into her fantastic new biography, [...]

Episode 78: Svet Jacqueline (Conflict Photography)

Svet Jacqueline joins the podcast this week remotely from Ukraine, where she covers social and humanitarian issues in conflict through photography. She gained a Bachelor of Science in Photography [...]

Episode 77: Natalie Keyssar (Conflict Photography)

The first episode of our new season with hosts Joe Giordano and Molly Roberts. Natalie Keyssar, a documentary photographer in Brooklyn, New York, kicks off our first episode back [...]
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