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Notable: David Morris
David Morris (English) is the author of the book The Evil Hours: A Biography of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, which this month was recognized by The New York Times as "What to read in the face of trauma." According to the Times, "Morris, a former Marine who suffered from PTSD on his return from Iraq, traces the historical understanding of the disorder, of which, 'like many mental health disorders, there is a broad disagreement about what exactly PTSD is, who gets it and how best to treat it...Our reviewer wrote that reading The Evil Hours will “make you a better and more humane citizen.”
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