TIME / PLACE is a book series as well as a digital archive designed to document subjective accounts of what war is like from the point of view of ordinary citizens.
TIME / PLACE explores the political history of modern border conflicts through personal narratives.
Each book in the series focuses on one conflict. The first book of the series is TIME / PLACE: 1980-1988 Iran AND focuses on the Iran-Iraq War. The conflict is presented in three layers of depth: Facts, which builds a framework through timelines, maps, and data; Voices, personal stories from the war, annotated with relevant history, dates, and translations; and Landscapes, which uses photographs to document what the conflict really looks like on the ground.
Conceptualized, researched, designed, printed + bound by Tonya Douraghy for the graduate thesis at MFA Design, School of Visual Arts.