Michael Ignatieff, a writer, historian, and broadcaster, is Director of the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy at Harvard University. His books include "Isaiah Berlin: A Life, Blood and Belonging," "The Warrior's Honor," and "The Needs of Strangers." His novel "Scar Tissue" was nominated for the Booker Prize, and his book "The Russian Album, A Family Memoir" won Canada's Governor General's Award and the Heinemann Prize of Britain's Royal Society of Literature.
- A vision of the world through the eyes of the photographers of Magnum at the beginning of the new millennium- Fifty years since the legendary group began its documentary mission, here the photographers address the world following the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989- A major book that identifies the political, human, social and cultural themes that permeate our world today- Includes work by Henri Cartier-Bresson, James Nachtwey, Elliott Erwitt and Steve McCurry as well as work by Magnum's newest recruits
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