Studs Terkel: You Got Into My Heart Violently, But You’re ThereOctober 2014
Trauma, death, and forgiveness on the front lines of American life.
Courtney Moreno: An Ambulance in Los AngelesSeptember 2014
Andrew Rose talks to Courtney Moreno about her new novel, the specter of PTSD, and hazing in medicine.
Lois Beckett: Why Hospitals Are Failing Civilians Who Get PTSDMarch 2014
What happens when civilians soldier on.
Tara Isabella Burton: Lingering Scars in Mostar, Bosnia & HerzegovinaNovember 2013
In a deserted sniper’s lair, reminders that some wounds are very slow to heal.
Erika Anderson: On the TracksDecember 2012
Ki-Suck Han's death on a New York City subway track has the city asking what would I do? One writer examines death in public, how the MTA handles trauma, and what it feels like to be an onlooker.
Life After KaradzicAugust 2012
A Bosnian genocide survivor and a human rights journalist confront terror, loss, and what it takes to heal.
Legacy Russell: Dead Troops1 TalkAugust 2012
On bearing witness, re-viewing trauma.