September 11, 2014 4:02 AM EDT

Today’s daily Photojournalism Links collection highlights Adam Ferguson’s compelling photographs from Palestinian refugee camps in the West Bank, where the creation of public spaces challenges long-held restrictions against permanent structures, which were seen as undermining the very idea of being displaced.


Adam Ferguson: In West Bank’s Refugee Camps, a Debate Over Public Space (The New York Times)

Erin Trieb: Meet the Kurdish Women Fighting ISIS in Syria (NBC News) The photographer provides an unusual look in Syria’s Civil War with a series on the Women’s Protection Unit, a 7,000-strong Kurdish military group battling militants in northeastern Syria.

Todd Heisler: Along West Florissant (The New York Times) Impressive and affecting aftermath photographs of Ferguson, Mo., a month following Michael Brown’s death at the hands of a police officer.

Katie Orlinsky: Mushing in the Dog Days of Summer (National Geographic‘s PROOF blog) Captivating pictures of sled dogs and their caretakers in Alaska.

Fred Ritchin: Why Violent News Images Matter (TIME LightBox) NYU professor Fred Ritchin writes of the important role graphic images play.

Poulomi Basu about photographing a young Indian woman in the slums of Uttar Pradesh (Telegraph) The Telegraph magazine’s Director of Photograhy Cheryl Newman interviews the VII Mentor Program photographer, who provides some good insight into her working methods.

Visa pour l’Image 2014: The Winners (British Journal of Photography) A recap of the prizes given away at the 26th photojournalism festival in Perpignan, France. Winners include Tyler Hicks, Guillaume Herbaut, and Meeri Koutaniemi.


Photojournalism Links is a compilation of the most interesting photojournalism found on the web, curated by Mikko Takkunen, Associate Photo Editor at TIME. Follow him on Twitter @photojournalism.


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