“An important book for policymakers and those interested in the continuing, depressingly widespread instances of gun violence.”
- Kirkus Reviews
After Virginia Tech examines the decade after the Virginia Tech shootings through the experiences of survivors and community members who have advocated for reforms in gun safety, campus security, trauma recovery, and mental health. Learn more about the book here.
Available from The University of Virginia Press in April 2019.
“Kapsidelis tells the story of mass shootings unwaveringly from the perspective of survivors…. At a time when guns are posited as the only way to preserve life and safety, the events at Virginia Tech suggest that there are other means of survival and heroism.”
- Pamela Haag, author of “The Gunning of America: Business and the Making of American Gun Culture”
Selected as a featured title by the 2019 Virginia Festival of the Book