Four Holocaust survivors and three graphic artists have worked tirelessly to co-create a series of three autobiographical graphic novels about one of the darkest times in human history. Now, a multi-year global effort culminates in a beautifully rendered, one-of-a-kind collection that frames the enduring lessons of the Holocaust.
The book is available in local bookstores. Click here for details.
Charlotte Schallié is a UVic scholar and Holocaust historian who is leading the graphic novel project. Back in February, our newsletter published links to her remarkable UVic Continuing Studies course: Reconstructing Holocaust histories through visual narratives. UVic has published a fascinating Q &A about her ongoing work supporting the creation of “survivor centred Holocaust graphic novels.” You can read it here.