Susan Moeller, author of Shooting War, is interviewed. Ms. 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. Subsequent conflicts involving America are analyzed and the experience of wartime photographers is considered. close
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Susan Moeller Lecturer Princeton University
National Building Museum
Mr. Moeller conducted a tour of the National Building Museum.
Enbridge Oil Tank Farm in Cushing, Oklahoma
Mike Moeller talked about the daily operations of the Enbridge oil tank farm in Cushing, Oklahoma. Enbridge is a Canadian-based energy company that…
Civil War, World War I, and "Total War"
Professor Michael Neiberg talks about the Civil War, World War I, and the concept of “total war.” Professor Neiberg began by defining total war…
Vietnam War and Photography
Photographers Nick Ut and David Hume Kennerly spoke about their wartime work in Vietnam. Photographs were shown as the photographers recalled…