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Family Affairs: Jewish Ruptures, Mourning, and Belonging

Hosted By: The Center for Jewish History

Sharon Musher, author of “Promised Lands: Hadassah Kaplan, Zionism, and the Making of American Jewish Women” and David Slucki, author of “Sing This at My Funeral: A Memoir of Fathers and Sons,” will discuss with Natalia Aleksiun their grandparents’ and parents’ turbulent life trajectories before, during, and after the war in New York, Europe, British Palestine, and Australia. This conversation will reflect on hopes and disappointments, loss and belonging, and family ties in an intimate perspective through studying personal documents of loved ones.

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