Amy Kaslow, Life After War: Disturbed
Amy Kaslow '81 is an award-winning journalist, writer, and photographer of at-risk societies around the globe. Her Life After War: Disturbed examines deeply scarring trauma, sexual violence, gang control, human trafficking, and environmental threats. Chronicling the immediate and long-term aftermath of conflict, her narratives and images convey how human resilience meets threatening, often deadly challenges. To learn more about solutions-based journalism visit www.amykaslow.com.
The exhibition was mounted at Vassar as part of an international conference on Global Displacement and Mental Health organized by the Consortium of Forced Migration, Displacement, and Education's member schools Vassar College and The New School of Social Science, NYC. We are grateful to the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Social Science Research Council, and the University Alliance for Refugees and at Risk Migrants for their generous support.