Compassion Fatigue: How the Media Sell Disease, Famine, War, and Death (Routledge,1999)
Shooting War: Photography and the American Experience of Combat (Basic Books, 1989)
A Moral Imagination: The Media's Response to the War on Terrorism, (8,000-word chapt.) Reporting War (Routledge, 2004)
Human Rights Issues, (7,000-word article) Encyclopedia of International Media and Communications, (Academic Press, 2003.
RECENT SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS (LAST YEAR)
Human Rights, Photojournalism and Trauma, at an EXPOSURE program with VII Photo Agency & de.MO, sponsored by the Institute for Global Leadership, Tufts University, Medford, MA, April 2005.
The Difference between a Crisis and a Disaster, at a program entitled Journalism and the Tsunami: Lessons Learned, and What to Do Next in Covering the Social, Political and Economic Fallout, sponsored by the Dart Center, University of Washington, Seattle, April 2005.
Commanding Attention: Images in the Age of Terrorism, at the CISSM/ISEP Forum, School of Public Policy, University of Maryland, February 2005.
After the Tsunami: Global Engagement or Compassion Fatigue? Goucher College, Baltimore, February 2005.
The Role of Media as a Non-State Actor, Post 9/11, at a conference entitled The Influence of Non-State Actors on World Affairs, sponsored by Chatham House, the Royal Institute of International Affairs, and the Belgian Royal Institute for International Relations (IRRI-KIIB), Palais d'Egmont, Brussels, December 2004.
Global 10th Anniversary Commemoration of the Genocide in Rwanda,Imperial War Museum, London, March 2004
War Reporting: History and Ethics, at a conference entitled The Media at War: The U.S. Invasion and Occupation of Iraq, sponsored by the Human Rights Center, the Graduate School of Journalism, and the Office of the Chancellor, UC Berkeley, March 2004.