Posted by Nat Bernstein
It’s been a while since we featured a nonfiction title on The ProsenPeople’s Book Cover of the Week series, so how’s this for a break:
Kenyon Zimmer explores how the anarchist movement at the turn of the twentieth century enabled American immigrant communities — Italian and Jewish, in particular — to shed their nationalist loyalties without enforcing assimilation into “the Melting Pot”; instead embracing differences and diversity as they adapted to a new life in the United States.
- The Lazarus Project by Aleksandar Hemon
- Emma Goldman: Revolution as a Way of Life by Vivian Gornick
- Liana Finck: A Bundle of Letters
Nat Bernstein is the former Manager of Digital Content & Media, JBC Network Coordinator, and Contributing Editor at the Jewish Book Council and a graduate of Hampshire College.