Episode 232: Reflecting on Two Years of Trauma
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Jan 04, 2022
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Amidst the dizzying onslaught of crises facing the nation – and the world – over the past several years, we are starting the new year by reflecting on how Americans react and respond to traumatic events, both as individuals and as groups. How do frightening circumstances facing our communities impact us psychologically? Why does so much disparity exist in the ways we process the same harmful events? How can we connect and find unity amidst all the chaos? These are some of the questions we explored with Dr. Maurice Stevens, a professor of comparative studies whose critical trauma theory research focuses on ways individuals and communities react to overwhelming events.


For more of Maurice Stevens’s work:

Check out their SSN brief on this topic: Getting Beyond Trauma.

Read a similar piece they published in Oppositional Conversations titled Contesting Catastrophes.

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