Goucher Virtual Authors Series: Nancy Patz ’52, Karen Shawn and I Could Not Heal You: The Second Generation Grapples With Its Holocaust Legacy
Nancy Patz ’52, born in Baltimore, attended Goucher College for two years before accompanying her husband to Stanford University, where she graduated as an art and English major. An author/illustrator, she has written and/or illustrated 13 popular picture books. Who Was the Woman Who Wore the Hat? (2003, Dutton) won the Sydney Taylor Award, among other prizes. Her portraits for 18 Stones (2011, Jewish Museum of Maryland) were premiered in her solo exhibits at the Jewish Museum of Maryland and at Holocaust Museum Houston, where she lectured at workshops for 12 years. Patz’s drawings of artifacts in the Spring 2014 issue of PRISM were exhibited at Goucher College and at Temple Oheb Shalom in Baltimore, and at the Anne Frank Center, New York. Patz’s most recent books are Life on the Page: A Graphic Memoir (2019, Barton Books) and the subject of her presentation with co-author Karen Shawn, I Could Not Heal You: The Second Generation Grapples With Its Holocaust Legacy. Associate Vice President for the Library and Learning Commons Michelle Hammond will moderate the event.
Click here to read I Could Not Heal You: The Second Generation Grapples With Its Holocaust Legacy.
Thursday, November 10, 2022 at 7:00pm to 8:00pmVirtual Event
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