Joshua Greene

The New York Times describes Joshua M. Greene as “a storyteller who traces journeys to enlightenment.” He spent thirteen years in India and Europe before returning to New York in 1982 to begin a career as writer and filmmaker. His books on Holocaust testimony have been featured on PBS and Discovery. He teaches in the Religion Department of Hofstra University and is a frequent lecturer.Recent venues for his talks include the Pentagon, Harvard University, and the New York Public Library Distinguished Author series.

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