Nonfiction Reading Series Fall 2016—Nancy Sherman

Posted in on September 23rd, 2016 by .

A Reading and Discussion with Nancy Sherman October 14 2:30-4:00 207 Hall of Languages Please join the Nonfiction Reading Series and the Moral Injury Project of Syracuse University for a reading and discussion by Dr. Nancy Sherman, author of Afterwar and the Untold War on Friday, October 14th, from 2:30-4:00 p.m. in 207 Hall of Languages. Following her reading,... Read more

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Adaptive Disclosure: A New Treatment for Military Trauma, Loss, and Moral Injury

Posted in on May 12th, 2016 by .

Link A complete guide to an innovative, research-based brief treatment specifically developed for service members and veterans, this book combines clinical wisdom and in-depth knowledge of military culture. Adaptive disclosure is designed to help those struggling in the aftermath of traumatic war-zone experiences, including life threat, traumatic loss, and moral injury, the violation of closely held... Read more

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7/3/2015: Mention in the Atlantic Monthly

Posted in on July 6th, 2015 by .

Coverage here: And at Syracuse University, The Moral Injury Project is an interdisciplinary organization that connects local veterans, faculty, chaplains, researchers, and community members through events like academic panels, art exhibits, and literary readings. “It’s incredible to have these men and women in the same room, approaching moral injury from different angles,” says Andrew Miller,... Read more

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KPBS.ORG: “Incoming”

Posted in on May 29th, 2015 by .

A combat photojournalist fears conflict. From the streets of Afghanistan he tells his story of unwinnable war and moral injury. Another soldier avoids being the last casualty of a forgotten war. He decides whether he must get out of his current life of revolving battles or go back home, where everything is foreign. Listen:

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A New Theory of PTSD and Veterans: Moral Injury

Posted in on March 30th, 2015 by .

A New Theory of PTSD and Veterans: Moral Injury (Newsweek) “It’s an epidemic,” Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta admitted to Congress this summer. “Something is wrong.” Military leaders have pointed to alcohol, guns, and girl trouble. The secretary of Veterans Affairs recently suggested wider societal woes, noting that suicide is up for all young men... Read more

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