On August 7, 1994, a deranged man brutally stabbed seven people in a New Haven cafe. Award-winning writers Emily Bernard and Bruce Shapiro, both critically injured that night, pondered the attack in essays written nearly two decades apart. In November 2012, they continued the conversation at Columbia University.
Resources for Multimedia, PTSD & Mental Health
Understanding of the traumatic effects of war has progressed significantly. In this selection from Dart's Videos on Veterans series, leading researchers and clinicians shed light on what needs further investigation.
Joanna Connors tells how she reported "Beyond Rape: A Survivor's Journey," her remarkable first person account of her own rape, its aftermath and an investigation of the life that led her assailant to be a violent criminal.
Caught between a militant separatist uprising and brutal government suppression, Kashmiris of various religious backgrounds are turning to Sufi holy men to cope with stress both psychological and social.