For the past 25 years, Frédéric Brenner has studied the Jewish diaspora in an attempt to answer the question: what does it mean to live with a portable identity? Winner of the 1983 Prix Niépce and the 1992 Villa Médicis Brenner has published seven books with Denoel, Abrams, HarperCollins and now Mack, traveling the world on a quest that is part ethnography, part rite of passage.
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