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Conflict Zone: Photojournalism from the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan
January 26 - March 6
The University Museum presents wartime work from award-winning photojournalists.
With funding from the UNH English Department, Conflict Zone: Photojournalism from the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan presents a collection of images from the front lines and the post-war home front captured by combat photographers and journalists, both military and civilian.
A formal opening is scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 5 at 5 PM and will include an artist’s walkthrough by Nathan Webster, a Lecturer of English at UNH whose photography is part of the exhibition.
The exhibit will also include a reading and discussion with Elliot Ackerman, author of the upcoming novel Green on Blue, Thursday, Feb. 26 at 5 PM at the UNH Memorial Union Building, Theater II. Ackerman has written for The New Yorker and Daily Beast and is a Marine veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan.
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- Prospective researchers, visitors, and donors
- Questions regarding research, donations, UNH records transfer, or file maintenance
- Viewing or donating UNH-related memorabilia
Location & Hours
Physical access to and reference help with most materials is available in the Dunleavy Reading Room, which is wireless and handicapped accessible. Reference assistance, research consultation, instruction, and tours can also be scheduled outside of regular hours.
Some collections are housed off-site and it may take up to 48 hours to make them available. Please contact us in advance of a visit.