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Wednesday, Jan 23, 2008
House of Dior
Tuesday, Jan 22, 2008
I Can Hear You Now
Monday, Jan 21, 2008
In Memoriam: Martin Luther King Jr.
Friday, Jan 18, 2008
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Winston Churchill
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Interactive Essays
Chicago's South Side 1946 - 48Silicon Forest
Chicago's South Side 1946 - 48
by Wayne Miller

[What] makes this human race of ours a family[?] We may differ in race, color, language, wealth, and politics. But look at what we all have in common - dreams, laughter, tears, pride, the comfort of home, the hunger for love. If I could photograph these universal truths, I thought that might help us better understand the strangers on the other side of the world - and on the other side of town.
-Wayne Miller

Silicon Forest
by Christopher Anderson

In 1958, the USSR constructed a remote Siberian town, Akademgorodok (Academic City), where scientists were placed to advance Soviet scientific research. Since its creation, top Soviet scientists worked there on theoretical genetics, the Soviet space program, and the development of nuclear weapons directed at the United States, until the crumbling of the USSR in 1991. Today, they devote their skills to the former enemy, capitalism, by providing technical support to Western firms.

Book of the Week
<i>India Notes</i>
India Notes
by Raghu Rai
This weekend, India celebrates its 58th year as a republic, after gaining independence from Great Britain. In recognition, Magnum presents some highlights from Raghu Rai’s recent book, India Notes.
Zoom In
Remembering the Holocaust
by Magnum Photographers
Jan. 27 is International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Magnum presents images of Jewish survivors of the Holocaust and of the concentration camps.
Bruno BarbeyQuote of the Week
Photography is the only language that can be understood anywhere in the world.
— Bruno Barbey