Mr. Mina wrote dozens of books that portrayed the oppressed in a career that spanned half a century, although only two have been translated into English.
Azza Abo Rebieh got her guards to give her pencils and paper, then began sketching the faces and habits of fellow inmates in Syria’s notorious detention system.
Three books relate the individual accounts of people caught up in events larger than themselves.
Why would two Norwegian teenagers abandon life at home for ISIS? Asne Seierstad’s absorbing new book, “Two Sisters,” attempts to answer the question.
The country’s people are at the center in these three books.
In “No Turning Back,” Rania Abouzeid describes the people who suffer and endure in the Syrian civil war.
Instead of building a house or skyscraper, Forensic Architecture builds cases against human rights violators, scouring for evidence through social media.
The Oscar-nominated filmmakers behind “Last Men in Aleppo” and “Icarus” are grappling with a very real vexation: fear of Russian meddling.
The museum listened to critics before reissuing a study that set off a backlash — with concessions.