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Soldiers with the 173rd Airborne, Battle Company, on a battalion-wide mission in the Korengal valley on the Abas Ghar ridge line. front left: Sgt. John Clinard, and right, Jay Liske, and other soldiers from Battle Company, carry the body of Sgt Larry Rougle, of Utah on Oct. 23, 2007. Lynsey Addario

Soldiers with the 173rd Airborne, Battle Company, on a battalion-wide mission in the Korengal valley on the Abas Ghar ridge line. front left: Sgt. John Clinard, and right, Jay Liske, and other soldiers from Battle Company, carry the body of Sgt Larry Rougle, of Utah on Oct. 23, 2007. Lynsey Addario

Anastasia Taylor-Lind shows Rohingya women’s dignity amid horror, British Journal of Photography, January 2018

“I wonder whether it’s a failing of photojournalism that we tend to represent victims of war at their most desperate and vulnerable," says the photographer, who took a very different approach in her work for Human Rights Watch

 

Women Photographers Are Being Written Out of the War Narrative, Time Lightbox, March 2017

Anastasia Taylor-Lind looks at how the industry is talking about women war photographers

Libyan Sugar, Michael Christopher Brown 

Libyan Sugar, Michael Christopher Brown 

'War Stories Shouldn't Be Easy, True War Stories Never Are', Time Lightbox, July 2016

A review of Michael Christopher Brown's photobook, Libyan Sugar. 

World Press Photo of the Year 2014 First Prize Contemporary Issues, Singles Jon and Alex, a gay couple, during an intimate moment, St. Petersburg, Russia. Mads Nissen

World Press Photo of the Year 2014 First Prize Contemporary Issues, Singles Jon and Alex, a gay couple, during an intimate moment, St. Petersburg, Russia. Mads Nissen

Rain drops cover a portrait left in a street memorial near one of the places stormed by gunmen, in honor of the victims of the Nov. 13 terrorist attacks, in Paris, France. Daniel Ochoa de Olza—AP

Rain drops cover a portrait left in a street memorial near one of the places stormed by gunmen, in honor of the victims of the Nov. 13 terrorist attacks, in Paris, France. Daniel Ochoa de Olza—AP

How a Lack of Representation Is Hurting Photojournalism, Time Lightbox, May 2016

“Everyone thinks it is someone else’s problem, or that the problem will correct itself."

 

Why Photojournalism Needs Diverse Storytelling Approaches, Time Lightbox, February 2016

After the Associated Press withdrew the winning work of Daniel Ochoa de Olza, World Press Photo juror Anastasia Taylor-Lind argues for the use of found images in photojournalism