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The Life and Thought of Louis Lowy
Social Work Through the Holocaust

Lorrie Greenhouse Gardella
With a Foreword by Joachim Wieler

Cloth $24.95    |    978-0-8156-0965-0    |    2011

"A captivating and important contribution to Holocaust memoir literature."—Diane L. Wolf, University of California, Davis

"[This] highly readable and well–researched historical gem should be required reading in all schools of social work. It captures the lived experience of social work philosophy through the life and work of Holocaust survivor and social work educator Louis Lowy."—Dorothy Van Soest, University of Washington

  The Life and Thought of Louis Lowy

Lorrie Greenhouse Gardella   Lorrie Greenhouse Gardella is professor of social work and associate dean of the School of Graduate and Professional Studies at Saint Joseph College, West Hartford, Connecticut. She is coauthor of several books including A Dream and a Plan: A Woman’s Path to Leadership in Human Services and Adopting Children with Special Needs: A Resource Guidebook for Parents in Connecticut.

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