The Watchmaker's Daughter
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June 13th. This illustrated lecture depicts the author's life as the American child of Yiddish-speaking, Orthodox, European concentration camp survivors. She tracks her ambitious quest to rescue her parents from enduring trauma – and in the process, heal herself. From her law degree at Yale to h... Read More »
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