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Distinguished Kimbel Lecturer Ann Jones to talk Bookmark and Share

Apr 21

7 p.m. @ Wheelwright Auditorium
Free (no ticket required)

Ann Jones, writer and photographer, wrote extensively about violence against women in the United States before turning to the situation of women exposed to both private and publicly condoned violence in war-torn countries. She wrote the first book in a series on war, Kabul in Winter (Metropolitan, 2006), while serving as an aid worker in Afghanistan. The second volume, War Is Not Over When It’s Over (Metropolitan, 2010), records what women caught in conflict zones from the Congo to Burma to Iraq have to say about war and peace. Currently, Jones is a correspondent for the Nation and

Jones earned a PhD in English and history from the University of Wisconsin. She is the author of eight books. Her work has appeared in numerous publications, here and abroad. She also serves as a gender consultant to the United Nations.

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