Conversations: Talking It Out
Conversations exchange information. They share experience. The best conversations lead to new insight and understanding.
One important goal of Letter from Italy, 1944 is to encourage such conversations among those who have been affected by war. You will find examples of such conversations here, posted in hope that examples will help open minds and hearts.
Letter from Italy, 1944 stirred the mind and the senses of those who experienced it. Many find themselves with heightened awareness of war’s pervasive effects on soldiers and those who love them.
You will discover writing and photos from around the Web in The Continuing Conversation. These entries are not related solely to the effects of PTSD. As with humanity itself, these stories do not fit neatly into one category of experience.
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Letter from Italy, 1944 – A Generational Legacy was a series of public events. These “Community Conversations” deepened our understanding of the Letter from Italy, 1944 dramatic background. Topics included Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), the 10th Mountain Division and World War II, and the creation of Poetry, Music, and Theater. The series culminated in the new musical drama Letter from Italy, 1944, by Sarah Meneely-Kyder and Nancy Meneely.
Funded by Connecticut Humanities, Community Foundation of Middlesex County, Tenth Mountain Division Foundation with support from The Inn at Middletown, Community Health Center, and Middlesex Community College