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Human Dignity: Practices, Discourses, and Transformations
Essays on Dignity Studies in Honor of Evelin G. Lindner

edited by Chipamong Chowdhury, Michael Britton, and Linda Hartling
2019


Lake Oswego, OR: Dignity University Press, an imprint of Dignity Press

•  available from Dignity Press directly
(Dignity Press is a not-for-profit publisher, with your purchase you support our work for dignity)
• available also from Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and major book shops

•  eBooks forthcoming

Print ISBN: 978-1-937570-92-7
epub Apple: 978-1-937570-93-4
Kindle: 978-1-937570-94-1
Pdf: 978-1-937570-95-8

Publication Date:
2019

List price for the printed edition
U.S.A.: US Dollar

Europe: Euro

lxxiv + xxx pages (total xxx)

Subjects:
#dignism

Book presentations





•  Editorial Reviews
•  Contents
•  Foreword
•  Larger Book Project
•  Synopsis
•  Endorsements
•  Reviews and Comments
•  Pictures


 


Editorial Reviews

Short Book Description
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Extended Book Description
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Executive summary

Short key words

Expanded key words

Short Biographies of the Editors



 


Contents

 


 


Foreword by Linda Hartling

 


 

 

Executive Summary

 


 


Endorsements



 


Reviews and Comments

 


 

 

Pictures


Honoring Evelin Lindner
December 6, 2018
Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict
Teachers College, Columbia University, New York City

What an honor! Thank you so much, dear Linda, Mike, Chipa, and All of You, for giving Evelin a book as a gift!
Evelin is on her knees!

Videos:
The Dignity Community Honors Evelin Lindner, part 1, December 5, 2018
The Dignity Community Honors Evelin Lindner, part 2, December 6, 2018

December 5, 2018
board meeting with our dear Linda Hartling, who was leading the meeting as lovingly as always!
Please see also Good News December 2018

Evelin is completely surprised! Our dear dignity family has created a book with essays to honor her service to our shared dignity work! What an incredible gift of love!
Bhante Chipamong Chowdhury had the initial idea and was supported by Linda Hartling and Michael Britton in collecting and editing essays from members of our dignity community.
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