Eli Wiesel once wrote, 'A novel about the Holocaust is either not a novel or not about the Holocaust.' Given the proliferation of Holocaust fiction, can and should such a position be maintained? Join us for a conversation with two authors who have broached this very topic: historian Alan Rosen, author of The Wonder of Their Voices: The 1946 Holocaust Interviews of David Boder, and Elliot Perlman, author of The Street Sweeper. Both sought to explore the life and work of psychologist David Boder, the first person to undertake systematic interviews with Holocaust survivors in the Displaced Persons camps in 1946. How do history and literature bring different insights to bear in illuminating a traumatic past?