Survivor Café

Survivor Café

Endorsements sought from Susan Griffin, Rebecca Solnit (colleague & acquaintance), Alison Owings, Viet Nguyen and Daniel Mendelsohn

  • With the realities of a global refugee crisis and the collapse of order in South Sudan, we are faced anew with the challenge of how to honor survivors, and both hear and record their stories. Rosner shows us a powerful way forward
  • An important addition to Holocaust nonfiction
  • Trauma studies is one of the most popular and fastest growing… (more)
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    Editorial reviews (1 review)

    It hurts to read Rosner’s book, too, but it’s an equally necessary pain. Her words are essential, indeed — words that feel all the more urgent at a time when Nazis are rallying in Charlottesville, Va., when our administration is working hard to dehumanize immigrants.

    Book Details  

    Publisher: Counterpoint (September 01, 2017)

    Language: English

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