The Shape of Totalitarianism and the Meaning of Exile: Three Lessons from Hannah Arendt

Lyndsey Stonebridge

is a professor of modern literature and history at the University of East Anglia in Norfolk, England. She’s the author of The Judicial Imagination: Writing after Nuremberg as well as the essay “Thinking Without Banisters” for Jewish Quarterly magazine.

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June 5th, 2017

Hannah Arendt’s experience as a refugee during the Nazi regime, and the powerful lessons it has for our time.