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An autobiography of Miss Wish,  2017, Kehrer Verlag,  286 pages

Homeland, Trolley Books,  2008,   196 pages,  90 color photographs   10x5.7.5 inches

Purple Hearts - Back from Iraq,  Trolley Books, 2004, 96 pages,  40 color photographs,  8x8 inches


La Région Humanine, ed Gilles Verneret and Michel Poivert, Éditions Loco, 2021

Picturing Resistance, Melanie Light and Ken Light, Ten Speed Press, 2020

Extraction:Art on the Edge of the Abyss, ed: Samuel Pelts, The Codex Foundation, 2020

A World History of PhotographyNaomi Rosenblaum, Abbeville Press,  5th edition, 2019

Everyday Climate Change
, (Silvana Editoriale, 2018) edited Dario Cimorelli

War is Only Half the Story,ed : Sara Terry,  Dewi Lewis, 2018

In/Visible War,  Jon Simons and John Louis Lucaites, ed,  Rutgers University Press,  2017

Whose Streets, Our Streets?New York City 1980-2000,  ed  Meg Handler,  Tamar Carroll,  Bronx Documentary Center, 2017

Subjective Objective: A Century of Social Photography," ed: Donna Gustafson and Andres Mario Zervigon, Hirmer, 2017

Re-imagining A Safe Space, Deborah Willis and Melissa Harris, Nathan Cummings Foundation/NYU Tisch, 2016

Unloaded,Susanne Slavick, Pittsburgh Cultural Trust,  2015

1% Privilege in a Time of Global Inequality, Myles Little, Hatje Cantz, 2015

European Photography Earth Effect, Silvana Editoriale,  Italy, 2015

Blue Sky at 40,  The Oregon Center for Photographic Arts at 40, Julia Dolan, Portland Art Museum, 2014

Trolleyology, Gigi Giannuzzi/Hannah Watson, Trolley, London, 2013

Photojournalists on War: The Untold Stories from Iraq, Mike Kamber, University of Texas, 2013

War/Photography:Images of Armed Conflict and its Aftermath, Anne Wilkes Tucker, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 2012

Home.front, Deborah Jack curator,  New Jersey City University, 2012

Marcellus Shale Documentary Project, Laura Domencic, Pittsburgh, 2012

Bosnia 1992 – 1995, Jon Jones, Gary Knight, Sarajevo, 2012

Making History, RAY Fotografieprojekte, Frankfurt, 2012

Photographs Not Taken, Will Steacy, Daylight Books, 2012

Disquieting Images, Germano Celant /Melissa Harris, Skira, Milan, 2011

Generation 9/11,Teun Voeten, Gemak, The Hague, 2011

Whitney Biennial 2010, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 2010

US Today After, Gilles Verneret, Silvana Editoriale, Milan, 2010

A History of Women Photographers, Naomi Rosenblum, Abbeville Press Publishers, New York, 2010

The Pursuit of Happiness, Stitching Fotografie, Noorderlicht, 2009

War Stories,Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, 2008

Humans Being: Disability in Contemporary Art, Chicago Cultural Center, and Chicago, 2006

Crimes of War, Roy Gutman, David Rieff, Norton, USA, 1999

In and Out of Place, "Contemporary Art and the American Social Landscape," Trevor Fairbrother, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1993

Referenced in Selected Academic Books and Journals

Through the Lens: The Pandemic and Black Lives Matter, Lauren Walsh, Routledge, 2022
 Terrorism in American Memory, Marita Sturken, New York University Press, 2022
 Reimagining the American Landscape: Queer Topographics in Nina Berman's Homeland, Christopher Clark, Journal of American   Studies, July 2020
Conversations on Conflict Photography
Lauren Walsh, Routledge, 2019
 Documentary Photography Reconsidered,  Michelle Bogre, Bloomsbury Visual Arts, 2019
 Portraits of Violence, Suzannah Biernoff, University of Michigan Press, 2017
Afterimages, Photography and US Foreign Policy,  Liam Kennedy,  The University of Chicago Press, 2016

Humanity, "Object Lessons," Vol 7 Number 3, University of Pennsylvania, Winter, 2016

Photography and Culture,, “Faces of Our War, ” Sharon Sliwinski, Vol 8- Issue 2, Taylor and Francis, July 2015

Innocence and Loss: Representations of War and National Identity in the United States,
 Ed. Cristina Alsina Risquez, Cynthia Stretch, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, UK, 2014

Ugliness: The non-beautiful in Art and Theory, Ed. Andrei Pop and Mechtild Widrich, I.B. Tauris, London, 2014

PTSD:Diagnosis and Identity in Post-empire America, Jerry Lembke, Lexington Books, 2013

War, Culture and the Contest of Images, Dora Apel, Rutgers University Press, 2012

Pictoral Cultures and Political Iconographies: Approaches, Perspectives, Case Studies from Europe and America, 
Udo J. Hebel, De Gruyter, Germany, 2011

After Photography, Fred Ritchin, W.W. Norton, 2010

War, Image and Legitimacy: Viewing Contemporary Conflict, James Gow and Milena Michalski, Routledge, NY, 2007

Speculations: Readings in Culture, Identity and Values, Charles I. Schuster, William Van Pelt, Prentice Hall, 1996

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