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VIRTUAL EVENT. Reporting on the Siege of Sarajevo by Kenneth Morrison and Paul Lowe

Friday 19th February 202113:00 ET Zoom

This event takes place virtually on Zoom. There is no personal event.

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Please discuss with us Kenneth Morrison (University of De Montfort) and Paul Lowe (University of the Arts, London), authors of Reporting on the siege of Sarajevo (Bloomsbury Academic, January 2021), moderated by Lara J. Nettelfield (Institute for the Study of Human Rights).

This event is co-financed by Institute for the Study of Human Rights , die Columbia Journalism School und SIPA's Technology, Media, and Communications Specialization und Human Rights and Humanitarian Policy Concentration .

The Siege of Sarajevo remains the longest siege in modern European history, it lasts three times longer than the Battle of Stalingrad and over a year longer than the Siege of Leningrad.

Reporting on the siege of Sarajevo provides the first in-depth account of coverage of the siege and the role journalists played in highlighting both the military and non-military aspects. The book is based on detailed primary and secondary material in English and Bosnian, as well as extensive interviews with international correspondents who reported the events in Sarajevo from the siege lines. It also includes previously unpublished images by co-author and award-winning photojournalist Paul Lowe.

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SPEAKER

Kenneth Morrison is Professor of Modern Southeast European History at De Montfort University.

Paul Lowe is a lecturer in documentary photography at the London College of Communication, University of the Arts, London.

Moderator: Lara J. Nettelfield is Senior Lecturer in Human Rights, Institute for Human Rights Research and Institute for Political Science.

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