An interview with award-winning author, history expert and Emeritus Professor from Department of Hebrew, Biblical and Jewish Studies at the University of Sydney, Dr Suzanne Rutland
Suzanne Rutland's latest book with Sam Lipski has been shortlisted for the PM Literary Awards for the Australian History catergory.[19 October 2016]
Let My People Go by Sam Lipski and Suzanne D Rutland has just been shortlisted for the Prime Minister's Literary Awards in the Australian History category.
Judges' Comments: Sam Lipski and Suzanne D. Rutland have produced a path-breaking book about the struggles of the Soviet 'refuseniks'. Replete with new information, Let My People Go draws on a vast array of primary and secondary sources. These include ASIO files, Rutland's painstaking research on Australia and Soviet Jewry, as well as unfettered access to the massive archive about the Campaign for Soviet Jewry of Lipskis friend Isi Leibler. ...Thoroughly researched and superbly written, Let My People Go is a revealing and important account of human achievement against the odds.
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