Danny M. Cohen, PhD is a learning scientist, a fiction writer, and the founder of Unsilence. An assistant professor of instruction at Northwestern University's School of Education and Social Policy and The Crown Family Center for Jewish & Israel Studies, he teaches about collective memories of atrocity, the design of Holocaust education, and marginalized narratives of human rights. Danny is an author of human rights fiction for young adults, including the choose-your-own-pathway mystery The 19th Window and the historical novel Train. He is a governor-appointed member of the Illinois Holocaust and Genocide Commission, he sits on the editorial advisory board of the journal The Holocaust in History and Memory, he was a Faculty Fellow of the Auschwitz Jewish Center, and he designed the pedagogical track of the inaugural docent training program of the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center. Originally from London, Danny lives in Chicago with his husband and their daughter.