Henry (“Hank”) Greenspan, Ph.D.

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On Listening to Holocaust Survivors: Recounting and Life History
Foreword by Robert Coles
How do Holocaust survivors find words for horrific memories? “It is not a story,” insists one survivor. “It has to be made a story.” Greenspan shows us the ways survivors do “make stories” for the “not-story.” Equally important, he shows us the ways they are not able to do so.

REMNANTS
REMNANTS is an award-winning voice play that is the fruit of two decades of conversation between its author and Holocaust survivors. The play explores the experience of living after the Holocaust, attempting to find meaning in a destruction that defies even articulation.

Reflections: Auschwitz, Memory, and a Life Recreated
Co-authored with Agi Rubin
Agi Rubin began a diary in April, 1945, two days after Liberation. She was then sixteen years old. Reflections includes Agi’s early diary, along with her continuing dialogue with Holocaust memory over sixty years. The conversation with memory is interwoven with the co-authors’ friendship of twenty-five years.



Selected Works

Drama
REMNANTS
“Holocaust theatre at its best.”
--Professor Alvin Rosenfeld, Indiana University, United States Holocaust Memorial Council
Holocaust Studies
On Listening to Holocaust Survivors: Recounting and Life History
“Unique and remarkably compelling--a psychological document of enormous significance.”
--Robert Coles, Pulitzer Prize winner
Memoir
Reflections: Auschwitz, Memory, and a Life Recreated
A twenty-five year co-authorship between a survivor-diarist and a psychologist-playwright.



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