A publication on journalism and trauma is now available from Harvard's Nieman Foundation for Journalism.
The Nieman Reports online winter edition, entitled "Trauma in the Aftermath: Voice, Story, Character, and Journalism," is a product of a convention earlier this year that brought together journalists and trauma experts from across the globe. The event was sponsored by the Nieman Foundation and the Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma.
This Nieman Reports includes audio and text excerpts from the conference. It also contains photo essays and articles on issues related to PTSD. Notable articles include an essay by a Sri Lankan Nieman Fellow who writes about her experience dealing with the assassination of her husband/journalist and a piece about a refugee's reluctance to trust journalists after a lengthy stay in a concentration camp in Bosnia.
To access the edition, click here.