Sponsored by the World Affairs Council of Jacksonville and MOSH, award-winning journalist, editor and author, Andy Nagorski, will discuss his recent book highlighting the saga of those who sought to bring Nazi perpetrators to justice. Location: Museum of Science and History. Free admission. Reservations required.
Andrew Nagorski is an award-winning journalist and author who spent more than three decades as a foreign correspondent and editor forNewsweek. From 2008 to April 2014, he was vice president and director of public policy for the EastWest Institute, an international affairs think tank. Nagorski is now based in St. Augustine, Florida but continues to travel extensively, writing for numerous publications. His most recent book is Hitlerland: American Eyewitnesses to the Nazi Rise to Power(Simon & Schuster, 2012). His new book, The Nazi Hunters, will be published by Simon & Schuster in May, 2016.
Nagorski taught social studies at Wayland High School in Massachusetts before joining Newsweek. Born in Edinburgh of Polish parents (who shortly after his birth emigrated to the United States), he attended school overseas while his father was in the U.S. foreign service. He earned a B.A. magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Amherst College in 1969 and studied at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland.
Nagorski and his wife, Christina, have four children: Eva, Sonia, Adam and Alex.
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Paid parking is available in the non MOSH designated spots in the lot near River City Brewing Company. Visitors can also park in the Kings Avenue Parking Garage and take the Skyway to the San Marco stop. For details, days and hours of operation, visit JTA’s website.
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