Todd S. Hasak-Lowy
BA, 1992, University of Michigan; PhD, 2002, University of California, Berkeley. Publications (Fiction): THE TASK OF THIS TRANSLATOR (Harcourt, 2005); CAPTIVES (Spiegel & Grau, 2008); 33 MINUTES (Aladdin, 2013); ME BEING ME IS EXACTLY AS INSANE AS YOU BEING YOU (Simon Pulse, 2015). Publications (Academic): HERE AND NOW: HISTORY, NATIONALISM, AND REALISM IN MODERN HEBREW LITERATURE (Syracuse University Press, 2008). Publications (Co-written): SOMEWHERE THERE IS STILL A SUN: A MEMOIR OF THE HOLOCAUST (with Michael Gruenbaum) (Aladdin, 2015); ROSES AND RADICALS: THE EPIC STORY OF HOW AMERICAN WOMEN WON THE RIGHT TO VOTE (with Susan Zimet) (Viking, 2018). Awards: Risa Domb/Porjes Prize for Hebrew Translation (2013); Finalist, National Jewish Book Award for SOMEWHERE THERE IS STILL A SUN (2016)
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