Janine di Giovanni is one of the world’s top foreign correspondents specializing in human rights. Committed to working in conflict zones, she has reported from war-torn regions such as Rwanda, Nicaragua, Israel, Iraq, Afghanistan, and the Balkans for numerous major publications, including The Times of London, Vanity Fair, the New York Times Magazine, the New Republic, and National Geographic. Her many books include Madness Visible, a memoir of the Balkan conflicts. Join di Giovanni for a talk about her life as an international reporter and the responsibilities journalists hold to bear witness to the atrocities of war.
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