I’ve documented my month in Pakistan and invite you to read my blog posts about these travels. Also, please listen to this Tidings interview with Shireen Pasha, the filmmaker who has produced a wonderful documentary, After the Floods, about our project.
All Personal Writings
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For one reason or another I stopped posting hightidings in 2012 but I plan to resume in January, 2013. Until then, you can see those earlier hightidings posts right here.
My father (1909-2007) was a prolific and determined writer. He believed our family story and his own life were important and must be remembered. His memoirs, documents and photographs archived at the Leo Baeck Institute in New York.
“Staubkorn im Sandsturm” is the unpublished German-language novel my father wrote in 1944-45 while we were interned in the Satara Internment and Parole Camp. I have translated it into English as “Stations of Loss.”
Omar Rolf Ehrenfels (1901-1980) was an Austrian who converted to Islam and found himself interned with us in the Satara Internment & Parole Center in India. He was a gifted painter and we were lucky that he wanted to do these …