Washington Post: Celebrating Primo Levi
Noon-1 Primo Levi, the preeminent writer on the Holocaust who died in 1987, is celebrated in a panel discussion featuring Ann Goldstein, translator of Primo Levi’s work and editor of “The Complete Works of Primo Levi,” and her colleague Adam Gopnik, cultural critic for the New Yorker and author of “Winter: Five Windows on the Season.” The panel is moderated by Michael Abramowitz, director of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum’s William Levine Family Institute for Holocaust Education, with commentary from Alessandro Cassin of the Centro Primo Levi in New York. This program was made possible through collaboration with the Italian Embassy, the Centro Primo Levi and the Holocaust Museum. Signing at 1:30.