Monday Event: James Nachtwey ’70, War Photographer: James Nachtwey is a war photographer whose work has been featured in Time (see especially Shattered, photos from the aftermath of 9/11 in NYC), Life, National Geographic, The New Yorker, Paris Match, and Salon. His recent photography on view at Dartmouth’s Hood Museum is from Rwanda, the Sudan, the Balkans, Chechnya, and Afghanistan. His talk on Monday (4 P.M. at the Cook Auditorium) will concern his career in photojournalism and his experiences in Afghanistan.

Nachtwey will be a Montgomery Fellow at Dartmouth from April first to fifth; his work is on exhibit at the Hood Museum (hours) to May 12.

Also: Nachtwey interview from NewsHour, a highbrow interview from Camera Arts Magazine, two audio interviews from the Newseum, and Nachtwey’s book Inferno out from Phaidon.